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by, infobae America
The kidnapping of 200 Nigerian girls by the extremist group Boko Haram a year ago could have had a sad ending.
Tuesday, the head of the UN human rights, Raad Zeid al Hussein, the militia fighters murdered the people who were captives, including women and girls who were taken as “wives” in their flight from the advancing I Exercise.
According to a senior officials with the UN, various reports arrived at his apartment in Geneva realize that the recent recovery of territory in northeastern Nigeria “has brought to light macabre scenes of mass graves and more obvious signs of killings part of Boko Haram.”
These reports include the “..murder of the wives of combatants, women and girls actually held in slavery..” he said, without…
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