Why 112 Chibok girls may never be rescued from Boko Haram terrorists

Some of the remaining girls did not want to return home because they had developed the 'Stockholm syndrome'. They had identified with their captors and desired to stay back.

Why 112 Chibok girls may never be rescued from Boko Haram terrorists
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