Nigeria: Rescued Boko Haram wives share stories

The Nigerian army has captured several would-be female suicide bombers working with Boko Haram. Soldiers also rescued hundreds of kidnapped girls who were forced to become brides.

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    The Nigerian army has captured several would-be female suicide bombers working with Boko Haram.

    Soldiers also rescued hundreds of kidnapped girls who were forced to become brides.

     

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Maiduguri.


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