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Nigerian Families Suffer 2 Years After Chibok Kidnappings

It has been nearly two years since Boko Haram militants stormed the northeastern Nigerian town of Chibok and abducted more than 200 schoolgirls. Outside of propaganda videos created by the Islamist militant group, none has been seen since. In Nigeria’s remote northeast, the families of the missing girls say they are suffering because of their daughters’ absence. The fathers sit in the scant shade at a marketplace in the town of Mbalala, waiting for their daughters to come home. They are...

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