Search Results for Tag: #Bringbackourgirls
In Nigeria, Boko Haram is recruiting women and girls to carry out suicide bomb attacks. NGOs and the Nigerian government are working to rescue these women and reintroduce them to society and their families.
Date18.04.2017 | 15:14
Tags#Bringbackourgirls, #ChibokGirls, #NeverTobeForgotten, Boko Haram, Borno state, Chibok, female suicide bombers, Human Rights Watch, Nigeria, women's rights
There was huge relief after one of the missing Chibok girls was found. She is one of the many captives who have been set free from Boko Haram. But those freed face a tough time of re-integrating back into society.
Date30.05.2016 | 12:31
Tags#Bringbackourgirls, Boko Haram, Chibok, empowering women, girls' rights, kidnap, Nigeria, Sambisa forest, stigma, women's rights
A series of events is planned in Nigeria and around the world to mark one year since the kidnapping of the schoolgirls, who were abducted by Boko Haram militants from the northeastern town of Chibok on April 14, 2014.
Date14.04.2015 | 11:15
Girls become suicide bombers. Every day there is another massacre. Northeastern Nigeria is drowning in blood and few seem to care. But Nigerians themselves share part of the blame for this, says DW’s Thomas Mösch.
Date16.01.2015 | 12:39
— NDTV Sports (@Sports_NDTV) October 26, 2014
India’s Sania Mirza and Zimbabwe’s Cara Black have won the women’s tennis doubles at The WTA championship in Singapore. An Afghan cleric has been sentenced to jail after he was found guilty of raping a little girl. Will Nigeria’s girls come back? The Boko Haram has kidnapped more girls and the deal with the government seems to be faltering. Read more for women’s news that made it to the headlines.
Date27.10.2014 | 10:21