Nigeria army vows to recover abducted girls

Al Jazeera speaks to spokesman of Nigeria's military about the mission to rescue 200 girls abducted 100 days ago.

    Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has held his first meeting with parents of schoolgirls abducted by armed group Boko Haram in April.

    Many of the students are still missing after almost 100 days. The kidnap sparked global outrage and fierce criticism of the government.

    Al Jazeera's Rawya Rageh sat down with the spokesman of the military to ask about the search and rescue efforts.


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