Freed Nigerian schoolgirls undergoing treatment

The 105 Nigerian schoolgirls and their families have begun to recover after the Boko Haram fighters who abducted the girls released them earlier this week.

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    After one month in captivity, 105 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted in northeast Nigeria are undergoing treatment and counselling in the capital Abuja.

    They were released by their captors on Wednesday with a warning to parents not to send their children back to school.

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris, the first international journalist to go to Dapchi following their release, has this report.


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