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Their fate has become the focus of intense international concern, with Michelle Obama holding up a placard appealing for their safe return and governments across the globe pledging to help track them down. On Monday came the first hint that many of them may still be alive: a video from Boko Haram , the radical Islamist group that claimed responsibility for kidnapping more than Nigerian schoolgirls last month, shows scores of girls, covered from head to toe, stone-faced, somewhere in the pervasive semidesert scrub that covers this arid region. In the message, Mr. Shekau seems almost surprised at the global shock over the mass abduction of schoolgirls, and tries to use it to his advantage. Shekau says in the video. In a previous video message just last week, Mr. Shekau said.
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These girls escaped from Boko Haram over a year ago, but it's believed at least 60 are still being held captive by the terror group. The hundreds of Nigerian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram could face a life of misery, as slaves or child brides sold for a pittance in the markets across the globe if they are not rescued soon, humanitarian experts say. While boys abducted in Nigeria and other war-torn African countries face the misery of a life where they are forced to become beggars, miners or child soldiers, girls like the nearly mainly Christian teens abducted by the Boko Haram last month are more likely to be dispersed throughout the continent, Russia, the Middle East and even Europe, sold for a few dollars and forced to become prostitutes. Some escape, and make it back to their villages, while others are forced into the sex trade and exposed to brutality and disease. According to Red24, a South Africa-based crisis management firm, there are more than 9, kidnappings annually in sub-Saharan Africa, with Nigeria accounting for more than two-thirds of them.