Nigeria Kidnappings 'Outrageous, Heartbreaking': Obama
May 7, 2014

Via AFP:

US President Barack Obama described the kidnapping of more than 220 schoolgirls by Islamists in Nigeria as "heartbreaking" and "outrageous" as Washington deployed military experts in the hunt for the children.

Obama urged global action against Boko Haram and confirmed Nigerian leaders had accepted an offer to deploy US personnel there, soon after residents said the extremist group had seized eight more girls, aged between 12 and 15, again in the embattled northeast.

The first group of girls were taken three weeks ago, and concerns have been mounting about their fate after Boko Haram ch...

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