Reports say Nigerian Military and its Allies May Finally have Boko Haram On the Run

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In this photo made available by the Nigerian Military taken Wednesday, April 29, 2015, a Nigerian soldier speaks to woman and children that were allegedly rescued by the Nigerian Military after being taken by Islamic extremists in Sambisa Forest, Nigeria. Scores more women and children have been rescued from Islamic extremists in the remote Sambisa Forest, Nigeria's military said amid reports that some of the women fought their rescuers fiercely. (Nigerian Military via AP) In this photo made available by the Nigerian Military taken Wednesday, April 29, 2015, a Nigerian soldier speaks to woman and children that were allegedly rescued by the Nigerian Military after being taken by Islamic extremists in Sambisa Forest, Nigeria. Scores more women and children have been rescued from Islamic extremists in the remote Sambisa Forest, Nigeria’s military said amid reports that some of the women fought their rescuers fiercely. (Nigerian Military via AP)

A year ago, a dozen Nigerian troops fighting about 200 Boko Haram militants in the town of Chibok exhausted their ammunition and ran, leaving the road open for the abduction of nearly 300 girls.

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