ABUJA, NIGERIA (NBC) - Protesters in Nigeria's capital called on security forces to step up the search for 200 girls kidnapped by Islamic extremists.
Boko Haram militants are suspected of abducting the girls more than two weeks ago.
The scale and brutality of the school attack shocked people in Nigeria.
Outrage over the failure to rescue the girls is growing.
President Goodluck Jonathan says security forces are doing all they can to find them.
Demonstrators outside Nigeria's Parliament Wednesday sang and held up signs saying "bring back our girls."
The march began at the Hilton Abuja, which will host the World Economic Forum next week.
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