- The Chibok girls Boko Haram kidnapped and recently released have been reunited with their families, according to CNN.
- The 82 young women are among the 276 whom members of the militant Islamic group took from a boarding school in the Nigerian town of Chibok over three years ago.
- Following their release in early May, the girls have been transported to Nigeria’s capital city of Abuja, where they rejoined their relatives in a celebratory ceremony on Saturday, CNN reported.
- “Today I thank God, my daughter is alive,” Yahi Bulata — the father of one of the abducted girls, who is now 21 years old — told NPR. Read more (5/22/17)