Parents of kidnapped schoolboys in Nigeria pray for their release | The World

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There are still no answers surrounding the fate of more than 300 boys kidnapped from a school in Nigeria last week. While parents are desperately pleading for government intervention, one student has recounted how he managed to escape his captors. Rachael Merritt reports.

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