Three years later, nearly 200 Nigerian schoolgirls still missing

b_179_129_16777215_00_images_NIG150710aa001.jpegABUJA, Nigeria — Lawan Zannah rejoiced last October when Boko Haram militants released his daughter, Maryam, one of 276 girls abducted in 2014 from their school in northeastern Nigeria. But his joy was tempered by the fact his niece, Aisha, was not among the group freed. “I miss my niece," he said.

Aisha is among two-thirds of the girls seized from Chibok three years ago Friday. As relatives mark the sad anniversary, they also lament how Nigeria's government has failed to stamp out the terrorist group or find the 195 girls still missing.

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