Eighty-two school girls who were kidnapped in Nigeria just over the course of 8 months. It was part of an agreement between the African country's government and the terrorists who kidnapped the girls in April of 2014.
Eighty-two school girls who were kidnapped in Nigeria just over three years ago arrived in the capital city of Abuja yesterday.They're believed to be part of the group known as the Chibok girls, named for the town where the mostly Christian students were taken from their boarding school in the middle of the night.
Their name loosely translates to western education is forbidden. Their first major known attack was a multiple police stations in 2003, in the northeast part of the country. But they gained notoriety when they kidnapped more than 200 school girls in April 2014.