Boko Haram

A recent profile by the New York Times aims to shed light on their lives after their escape, their heartbreak and more importantly, their survival.

The girls were freed Wednesday after they were abducted from the Government Girls Science and Technical College on February 19.

A bright side to the horrible circumstances these young women went through.

Upon arrival on Sunday, parents of the girls tearfully celebrated in the streets and had a formal ceremony in Nigeria's capital Abuja.

Activists have identified the victim as Amina ali Darsha Nkeki, the report states. She is the first of the girls rescued from the 2014 mass kidnapping that sparked the hashtag and search movement #BringBackOurGirls.

Houses were torched, suicide bombers detonated devices and militants opened fire near Nigeria's largest northeastern city.

The attack believed to be spearheaded by Boko Haram is the latest of a 6-year reign of terror that has left thousands dead in Nigeria.

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General Tukur Buratai was in Maidguri, Borno, to inspect troops' resources and capabilities in defeating the infamous terrorist group.

The latest raid from Nigeria's armed forces has made a dent in its ongoing fight against the Islamist militants Boko Haram.

Also in today's news roundup, American Airlines is accused of racial discrimination and Nigeria's president asks the US for more military aid against the Boko Haram.