#BringBackOurGirls: What We Know About the Nigerian Abductions

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Heartbreaking and Outrageous

On Tuesday, May 6, President Obama spoke out for the first time on the mass kidnapping, calling the abduction “heartbreaking” and “outrageous.” "This may be the event that helps to mobilize the entire international community to finally do something against this horrendous organization that’s perpetrated such a terrible crime,” the president told ABC News’ Ginger Zee.

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