Boko Haram militants who kidnapped 110 schoolgirls in Dapchi, northeast Nigeria, just over a month ago have returned 76 of the students to the town.
KARACHI: The three schoolgirls who went missing from Saudabad area and later recovered from Liaquatabad area of Karachi narrated different stories to police on Monday, ARY News reported. The girls have adopted the stance that they fled from their houses after getting annoyed of domestic issues and bad treatment of their parents. The girls of ninth grade went missing on October 14 after their mothers left them at the gateway of their school. Read More: No headway in Karachi missing schoolgirls’ case One of the girls…
KARACHI: An entire day has passed since three schoolgirls went missing in Saudabad area of the port city on Friday and police officials have not been able to get a clue regarding their whereabouts. However, they have arrested five young boys in connection with the case including a student of seventh grade, ARY News reported on Saturday. Apparently, the boys knew the missing girls and did exchange SMS (short message service) with them on the basis occasionally, which they have been taken into custody and as the last reports…
KARACHI: Three schoolgirls have gone missing in Saudabad area of Karachi on Friday, ARY News reported. The missing girls are of 14 to 15 years of age. The area residents contacted police after the incident, however the police refused to cooperate and register case. After which they surrounded the police station. Later, the case was registered on direction of IG police. Inspector General Sindh Police AD Khawaja took notice of the incident and directed forthright inquiry into the incident. The order from IG police came…
LONDON: One of three schoolgirls who left London in February 2015 to join the Islamic State militant group has died, her family lawyer told Reuters on Thursday.
KANO: Boko Haram has claimed that the 219 schoolgirls it kidnapped more than six months ago have converted to Islam and been "married off", shocking their families and confirming their suspicions about a supposed ceasefire and deal for their release.
NEW DELHI: Two teenage girls in Haryana committed suicide by drinking fruit juice laced with poison and left notes saying they were being stalked and harassed by a group of youths, the Times of India reported on Tuesday.