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Continued: Nigerian schoolgirl kidnappings protested in St. Paul.

  • Article by: JOY POWELL , Star Tribune
  • Last update: May 10, 2014 - 10:07 PM

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  • Bravada Garrett-Akinsanya, a child psychologist from Plymouth, was among those expressing outrage over the abduction of more than 250 young Nigerian girls.

  • Larai Dahip, center, of Coon Rapids joined other Nigerian Americans during a protest against the abduction of more than 250 young Nigerian girls from a school by the terrorist group Boko Haram Friday, May 9, 2014, at the State Capitol in St. Paul, MN. Dahip has tribal scarring on her face, not atypical for some people living in Nigeria. Some of the protestors said they believed some of the girls abducted were marked with tribal scarring.](DAVID JOLES/STARTRIBUNE) djoles@startribune Galvanize and embrace international condemnation of continuous ABDUCTION of our young innocent Nigerian girls by terrorist group -- Boko Harem...

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