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Nigerian Army Says 338 Rescued from Boko Haram

The Nigerian Army says its troops have rescued 338 people who were held captive by Boko Haram militants. Army spokesman Sani Usman says a unit freed the captives Tuesday during a raid on suspected Boko Haram camps along the edges of the Sambisa Forest, a longtime militant stronghold, in northeast Nigeria. The statement from Usman says eight men, 138 women, and 192 children were rescued and taken to the town of Mubi. There was no indication the "Chibok girls" kidnapped...

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