Nigerian kidnappings: Former negotiator warns against military rescue


Anguish is growing among the parents of hundreds of abducted Nigerian schoolgirls, with one mother saying she’d give up her life for the safe return of her daughter. An activist who has led previous negotiations with Boko Haram says any military operation to rescue the girls is risky. Debora Patta reports.


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