More than 100 Nigerian schoolgirls remain missing on Wednesday two days after armed Boko Haram extremists attacked a boarding school in a village located in northern Nigeria, BBC reports.
What happened: The school was raided on Monday, but many students and staff reportedly fled before the militants arrived. A state official said 815 students had returned, out of 926 who attend the school, the BBC reports. This attack comes four years after the Islamic extremist group abducted more than 276 girls from the Chibok boarding school in Nigeria. Some escaped as part of a negotiation between Nigeria’s government and the group, but about 100 of the girls are believed to still be with their captors.