#BringBackOurGirls: What We Know About the Nigerian Abductions

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Million Women March and Protests

The new rumors sparked outrage across the country demanding the government to do more to find the missing students. Armed with signs that read “Find Our Daughters,” hundreds of mothers and their supporters marched to the National Assembly in the capital, Abuja, to protest a lack of action from the government. The protest was led by Obiageli Ezekwesilieze, former Nigerian education minister and vice president of the World Bank's Africa division.

(Photo: AP Photo/ Gbemiga Olamikan)

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