U.S. Reduces Nigeria Surveillance Flights Seeking Abducted Girls
The United States reduced its surveillance flights to help find more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Islamist militants, after building a body of intelligence and after other states ramped up support, a U.S. official said. Nigeria has committed itself to the hunt for the girls, who were kidnapped in April in one of the violent group’s most spectacular attacks, and received help from the United States and other countries, including its neighbors. The senior U.S.
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