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Nigeria / Kidnapped Schoolgirls #1080349

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Oct 19, 2014
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) A deal between the Nigerian government and the Islamist terror group Boko Haram to release some of the kidnapped schoolgirls reported.

(No location given: Jessica King) The role of social media in setting the stage for the girls’ release reviewed; scenes shown of #BringBackOurGirls demonstrations and appeals. [Voice of Nigerian government spokesperson Mike OMERI†- says the terrorists have showed that the girls are alive and well.] [MAN – comments on the social media campaign.] [Voice of former Nigerian Education Minister Obiageli EZEKWESILI†- says we want to see evidence of this deal.]

Sciutto, Jim;
King, Jessica

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