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U.S. Assistance to Nigeria

Seven weeks after militants kidnapped almost 300 girls in Northern Nigeria, the Nigerian military is claiming to have located them, but the next steps are unclear. At least four countries, including the United States, have provided military assistance to Nigeria in recent weeks, but human rights advocates note the problematic track record of the Nigerian military. We get an update.

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