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Religion, it has been said, is exclusively a private matter. But it’s not. I don't mean that the state should be able to intrude on the sphere of our personal and private beliefs. But when we are outspoken about our faith or when we practice our religious rituals in public, we are engaging with other citizens, and must consider others.

Bringing home Nigeria’s missing girls

Nigeria's president responds to critics about the humanitarian crisis in his country.

Obama not seeking plans for US troops to rescue Nigerian girls

The situation, like the Syrian civil war and the conflicts in South Sudan and elsewhere, pits humanitarian instincts against hard realities for a U.S. administration wary of foreign entanglements in the wake of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

International effort widens for missing Nigerian schoolgirls

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel: "There's no intention, at this point, to [put] American boots on the ground."

Nigerian president orders probe into schoolgirls’ kidnapping

ABUJA, Nigeria – Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan ordered an investigation into efforts to rescue more than 200 schoolgirls abducted in the town of Chibok by suspected Boko Haram Islamists following a late night raid on April 14.

Boko Haram’s horrendous abduction of 234 teenage girls

Last Monday marked two weeks since the Nigerian militant group Boko Haram has been holding up to 191 teenage girls hostage with total impunity in the Sambisa Forest.

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