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On Monday, an explosion at a medical college in the northern city Lv Messenger Bag Men of Kano killed at least eight people and wounded 12, police said. It was the third bomb blast in four months in Kano, Nigeria's second largest city.
The latest abductions were the subject of speculation at a daily rally Tuesday in the capital of Abuja, an ongoing protest to keep attention on the prolonged trauma of the girls from the village of Chibok. Various speakers worried about the fate of the new victims.
The most recent victims included 60 girls and women, some of whom were married, and 31 boys, witnesses said.
There was no way to safely and independently confirm the report from Kummabza, 150 kilometres (95 miles) from Maiduguri, capital of Borno state and headquarters of a military state of emergency that has failed to curtail near daily attacks by Boko Haram fighters.
Zenn said the longer the situation drags on, "Boko Haram is more likely to decide to use the girls for forced marriages instead of as bargaining chips."
wants to enforce Islamic law throughout the country of 170 million. Sightings of groups of girls assumed to be from Chibok have come from neighbouring Chad, Niger and Cameroon, he said.
This year, the Boko Haram insurgents have embarked on a two pronged strategy bombing in cities and a scorched earth policy in rural areas where they are devastating villages.
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister, John Baird, issued a statement Tuesday saying Canada was concerned by the reports of the abductions and that it condemned "these despicable acts of violence."
A local official confirmed the abductions, but security forces denied them.
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On Saturday, Boko Haram fighters attacked four villages near Chibok, witnesses said, and 33 villagers, six vigilantes and about two dozen Boko Haram fighters were killed.
An intelligence officer with Nigeria's Department of State Security also said there had been a mass abduction, but he said it occurred in Kummabza and three nearby villages between June 13 and 15, and that no one knows the actual number abducted. It said there were 395 students at the school 119 who escaped during the siege of the school and another 57 who escaped in the first couple of days of their abduction, leaving 219 unaccounted for. Rep. Chris Smith met earlier this month with one of the girls who escaped.
The rally to "Bring Back Our Girls" is organized by a group of women from all tribes, religions and ages an unusual display of unity in a country divided about equally between the mainly Muslim north and predominantly Christian south.
Vigilante leader Aji Khalil said Tuesday the abductions took place Saturday in an attack that killed four villagers. Khalil lives in Maiduguri but gets reports daily from other vigilante groups that have had some success in repelling Boko Haram with primitive weapons. He said the reports came from elderly survivors of the attack who had walked some 25 kilometres (15 miles) to the relative safety of other villages.
their abductors would kill them if military action is taken.
"Almost two months later, clearly she was still traumatized you could hear it in her quivering voice and see it in her eyes. Yet she spoke mostly of her deep concern for her friends and classmates still in captivity and pleaded for their immediate rescue," he said in a statement issued Tuesday. ambassador, Robin Renee Sanders, who warned that "Nigeria is in the beginning of a long war. . ambassador to Nigeria who is an analyst with the Council of Foreign Relations, predicted that kidnappings would continue because, for Boko Haram, the strategy has been "remarkably successful: It focuses attention on the shortcomings of the Nigerian government."
The kidnappings come less than three months after more than 200 schoolgirls were taken in a mass abduction that embarrassed Nigeria's government and military because of their slow response. Those girls are still being held captive.
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about the importance of education girls and about the kidnapped girls in Nigeria. Islamic extremists have abducted 60 more girls and women and 31 boys from villages in northeast Nigeria, witnesses said Tuesday, June 24. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin,File)
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The group evolved five years ago from an Islamic sect that preached against the corruption that keeps most Nigerians impoverished despite their country's oil wealth. Those efforts expanded into a violent movement that initially targeted government and security officials, Christians and Muslim critics but now attacks indiscriminately.
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Boko Haram has been demanding the release of detained members, but President Goodluck Jonathan has said he will not consider a swap.
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