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Boko Haram Wives: 30,000 women and children rescued in two years

When Boko Haram first launched its attacks in 2009 in northern Nigeria, women and children were spared, but the terror group soon switched tactics. It began abducting girls and women and forced them to marry its fighters. In the past two years, it's also used girls as suicide bombers. In exclusive interviews with TRT World, some women in Maiduguri spoke to Adesewa Josh about becoming wives of Boko Haram.

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Fighting Boko Haram: Many girls remain missing after village attack

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Fighting Boko Haram: Released suspects to be sent for rehabilitation

Suspected Boko Haram fighters released after years of detention

Suspected Boko Haram fighters released after years of detention

Fighting Boko Haram: Many girls remain missing after school attack

Fighting Boko Haram: Many girls remain missing after school attack

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