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The tragedy in Nigeria is heartbreaking. Here are a few useful resources:

Boko Haram’s four-year reign of terror – infographic is from Channel 4 in the UK.

Here’s another infographic from ABC News.

#BringBackOurGirls focuses world’s eyes on Nigeria’s mass kidnapping is from The Guardian, and the same page has lots of multimedia resources and other articles.

The BBC has some excellent resources, particularly a piece titled Five Questions.

Al Jazeera also has some excellent features. In fact, it might be the best of them all.

CNN also has some decent multimedia.

Save My Nigerian Sisters is by Malala Yousafzai and appeared in TIME.

Everything you need to know about Nigeria’s kidnapped girls is from Vox.

What’s So Scary About Smart Girls? is by Nicholas Kristof.

World helps Nigeria look for kidnapped girls is a lesson for ELLs from Breaking News English.

Skills and Strategies | Engaging in Causes Via ‘Hashtag Activism’ is a lesson plan from The New York Times Learning Network.

The crisis in Nigeria, in 11 maps and charts is from Vox.

Boko Haram Says Video Shows Missing Nigerian Girls is from NPR.

9 questions about Nigeria you were too embarrassed to ask is from Vox.

Nigerian teachers protest over kidnapped schoolgirls is from The BBC.

U.S. Sends Troops to Chad to Aid Hunt for Nigerian Schoolgirls is from The New York Times and includes a good video.

Boko Haram Attacks, Kidnapped Girls Prompt Nigeria’s Teachers To Walk Out is from Reuters.