Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl and girl's education activist shot by the Taliaban has called for the safe return of more than 276 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
In an interview with NBC'S Bill Neely, Malala urged the kidnapped girls to "never give up hope" and said what happened to them was "beyond our thinking."
Sixth form pupils from Derby have taken part in a video conference with pupils from Nigeria - hosted by a former Prime Minister and the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
Yes, Tony Blair was also in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city, to give his thoughts on different faiths working together as part of his work for his Faith Foundation. Michael Sibert reports.
Students at Derby High School have been holding a video conference with Nigeria today.
Tony Blair and Bishop Welby launched a campaign called Face to Faith, it seeks to reduce the barriers between the Christian and Muslim faiths.
Tony Blair is in Nigeria, along with Bishop Welby to launch a campaign that promotes breaking down the faith barriers between young people.
Students in Derby, who are part of the Face to Faith Foundation, are speaking, via a video conference, to students in Nigeria.
They're discussing the differences between Christianity and Islam.
Students at Derby High School are holding a video conference with Christian and Muslim students in Nigeria, alongside Tony Blair and Bishop Welby.
The students in Derby are part of the Faith Foundation's Face to Faith schools programme.
They're discussing their different culturas and faiths and are finding a way to break barriers between young people.
The Face to Faith programme has been set up to connect young people all over the world directly to help address the challenges of the two faiths.
Tony Blair and Bishop Welby are in Nigeria to launch the new programme of Faith Foundation-led work in Nigeria to encourage religious reconciliation between Christians and Muslim communities.