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Boko Haram Ex-Captives Get Sometimes Painful Lessons

This week, 24 young women got a welcome distraction from studying for finals. Summoned to a common room at American University of Nigeria, they were told that a Chibok girl had been found in Borno state’s Sambisa Forest. "That’s Amina! Amina!" they shouted, exuberant, as a TV newscast showed her image. It had been more than two years since they’d seen Amina Ali, discovered Tuesday with a baby and a suspected militant who claimed to be her husband. Like her, they were among 276...

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