ABUJA, NIGERIA (AP) - A Nigerian government official says "all options are open" in the search for nearly 280 school girls who were kidnapped by the Islamic militant group Boko Haram nearly a month ago.
Nigeria's government had initially suggested there would be no negotiations with the group, which now says the girls will only be freed after the government releases jailed militants.
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