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It has been a little more than two weeks since gunmen raided a school in northeastern Nigeria and kidnapped more than 200 teenage girls from their dormitories.
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Protestors demonstrate against the kidnapping of the schoolgirls in Nigeria, outside the Nigerian Embassy, London May 9, 2014.
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Protestors demonstrate against the kidnapping of the schoolgirls in Nigeria, outside the Nigerian Embassy, London May 9, 2014.

A sign is pinned to a tree during a demonstration against the kidnapping of schoolgirls in Nigeria, outside the Nigerian Embassy, in London, May 9, 2014. 
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A sign is pinned to a tree during a demonstration against the kidnapping of schoolgirls in Nigeria, outside the Nigerian Embassy, in London, May 9, 2014. 

People carry signs as they attend a protest demanding the release of the schoolgirls who were abducted from the remote village of Chibok, in Lagos, May 9, 2014.
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People carry signs as they attend a protest demanding the release of the schoolgirls who were abducted from the remote village of Chibok, in Lagos, May 9, 2014.

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan speaks to the media on the situation in Chibok, saying he believes that the girls are still in Nigeria, Abuja, May 9, 2014.  
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Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan speaks to the media on the situation in Chibok, saying he believes that the girls are still in Nigeria, Abuja, May 9, 2014.
 

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