(BBC News) A group of 158 women and children abducted by Boko Haram militants in north-eastern Nigeria in December have been reunited with their families.
They were kidnapped during a raid on Katarko village in Yobe state and spent about a month in captivity.
The circumstances of their release are unclear but they were eventually handed over to the state authorities for counselling and rehabilitation.
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Officials said the reunion in the state capital, Damaturu, was jubilant.