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Nigerians say government should do more to free kidnapped girls

"Bring back our girls!" Calls across Nigeria on Saturday for the release of 200 schoolgirls abducted by militant Islamist group Boko Haram. Many believe the government is not doing enough to free them. (SOUNDBITE) (English) LAWYER, CHIDI ODINKALU "I think that there are many things that have gone wrong in this quite early, you know, right from numbers, the counting, how many of these girls and the politicization of what is clearly a human tragedy, a tragedy for communities. I do think we have got to try and do that right" On Friday, three Nigerian newspapers accused the army of halting distribution -- a move some believe is linked to their coverage of the missing girls. The Ministry of Defense said that vans had been searched for unspecified sensitive material. But it denied it was trying to stop the newspapers from reaching the public. Coordinator for the Anti-Corruption Network Dino Melaye said there was no justification. (SOUNDBI

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