#BringBackOurGirls Two Years Later: Teenage Girl Says She Escaped Boko Haram

In this Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 file photo, women and children displaced by Boko Haram attacks are seen at Furore camp in Yola, Nigeria. First come the whispers, then accusations loud enough to raise alarms throughout villages ravaged by extremist violence. Next, people accused of being Boko Haram are rounded up, sometimes by the military, sometimes by a civilian self-defense force. Many are never seen again.
In this Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 file photo, women and children displaced by Boko Haram attacks are seen at Furore camp in Yola, Nigeria. First come the whispers, then accusations loud enough to raise alarms throughout villages ravaged by extremist violence. Next, people accused of being Boko Haram are rounded up, sometimes by the military, sometimes by a civilian self-defense force. Many are never seen again. Sunday Alamba, file / AP
In this Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 file photo, women and children displaced by Boko Haram attacks are seen at Furore camp in Yola, Nigeria. First come the whispers, then accusations loud enough to raise alarms throughout villages ravaged by extremist violence. Next, people accused of being Boko Haram are rounded up, sometimes by the military, sometimes by a civilian self-defense force. Many are never seen again.
In this Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015 file photo, women and children displaced by Boko Haram attacks are seen at Furore camp in Yola, Nigeria. First come the whispers, then accusations loud enough to raise alarms throughout villages ravaged by extremist violence. Next, people accused of being Boko Haram are rounded up, sometimes by the military, sometimes by a civilian self-defense force. Many are never seen again. Sunday Alamba, file / AP

#BringBackOurGirls Two Years Later: Teenage Girl Says She Escaped Boko Haram

A Nigerian teenager who says she was one of the more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram surrendered to authorities in Cameroon Friday. Cameroon State Radio’s Moki Kindzeka gives the latest.

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