Nigerian president believes the girls are 'still in Nigeria'

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has said he believes the 200 schoolgirls abducted by Islamist insurgents last month are "still in Nigeria" and have not been moved to Cameroon.

He said of the girls location: "I agree there are stories that they have moved them outside the country, and if they move the girls into Cameroon people will see, so I believe they are still within Nigeria."

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Nigeria: Captured girls 'face rape danger'

The Nigerian schoolgirls who remain captives of Boko Haram militants "definitely" face the danger of being raped, a senior United Nations official has said.