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How Two Suicide Bombers Broke Away From Boko Haram


Teenagers Binta Umma and Maimuna Musa were kidnapped by Boko Haram in Madagali, Nigeria, in 2016. They were forced into marriage and sent to die on a suicide mission. In this video, the girls tell the story of their survival.

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