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Dozens of kidnapped schoolgirls freed by Nigerian jihadist group

The Nigerian terror group Boko Haram on Saturday freed dozens of girls from among the almost 200 they have held captive since April 2014, government sources told the media.

The exact number freed is not certain, though some sources say there are between 60 and 80.

Boko Haram's stunning raid of a girls' school in the town of Chibok in northern Nigeria in 2014 drew international outcry. It's believed 276 of them were taken captive. The group released 21 of the girls in October after negotiations with the Red Cross. Another 50 or so have escaped on their own since being abducted.

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