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Authorities seek families of men and boys rescued from Nigeria abuse school

Reuters Saturday, 28 September 2019
Nigerian authorities on Saturday scrambled to find the families of hundreds of men and boys freed from a school where some had been kept in chains, sexually abused and tortured.
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More than 300 boys and men, some as young as five and many in chains and bearing scars from beatings, have been rescued in a raid on a building that purported to be an Islamic school in northern Nigeria, police said on Friday. Ciara Lee reports

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