In Nigeria, from the captivity of Boko Haram released 82 Schoolgirls
Released litseistki is soon to fly to Abuja.
MOSCOW, may 6. /TASS/. At least 82 Schoolgirls from a school in the Nigerian town of Chibok, abducted by militants of the radical movement Boko Haram were released in Borno state in northeast Nigeria. This was reported by the Xinhua news Agency.
“Yes, 82 the girls are released,” the Agency quoted a source in the government of the country. According to him, released litseistki is soon to fly to Abuja.
Militants Boko Haram in April 2014 kidnapped from a school in Chiboka 276 girls. Later, 57 of them managed to escape. Previously appeared information about the fact that the radicals could force to give girls in marriage or sold into slavery. According to media reports, in total since 2009 Boko Haram have abducted at least 2 thousand.
The group seeks to create an Islamic Caliphate and impose Sharia (Islamic law) throughout Nigeria. Opposed to Western education, democracy and all the other elements of Western culture. In March 2015, Boko Haram has sworn allegiance to the terrorist organization “Islamic state” (banned in Russia).