A partnership of HuffPost and the
04/30/2014 10:18 am ET | Updated Apr 30, 2014

Nigeria's Stolen Girls : The New Yorker

AP

“I thought it was the end of my life,” Deborah Sanya told me by phone on Monday from Chibok, a tiny town of farmers in northeastern Nigeria. “There were many, many of them.” Boko Haram, an Islamist terrorist group, kidnapped Sanya and at least two hundred of her classmates from a girls’ secondary school in Chibok more than two weeks ago. Sanya, along with two friends, escaped. So did forty others. The rest have vanished, and their families have not heard any word of them since.

Read more on The New Yorker

Subscribe to the World Post email.

CONVERSATIONS