Boko Haram's Chibok girls shown alive in 1st footage since kidnapping in 2014

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Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram released a two-minute video showing 15 of the girls who were kidnapped in Chibok exactly two years ago, according to the BBC. In the video, the girls are donning black robes and are asked to identify themselves, CNN reported. The video, filmed in December, closes with one of the girls asking to be returned home.

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"I am speaking on 25 December 2015, on behalf of the all the Chibok girls and we are all well," Naomi Zakaria says in the video.

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The video was sent to the Nigerian government, and continues Boko Haram's negotiations for a prisoner exchange. It's also the first appearance of the girls since May 2014, in which about 100 girls were shown in a video.

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Boko Haram's Chibok Girls Shown Alive in First Footage Since Kidnapping in 2014
Boko Haram's Chibok Girls Shown Alive in First Footage Since Kidnapping in 2014