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Melbourne joins the call to find Nigerian schoolgirls


On April 14, armed militants attaked a school in northern Nigeria and abducted over 250 schoolgirls.
Islamic extremist group Boko Haram has claimed responsibility, but almost a month later there is still no trace of the girls, sparking a grass roots protest movement here in Australia.
Alice Walker reports.


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