Nigeria: 2nd Chibok girl rescued was not taken from school

A second "Chibok girl" rescued by Nigeria's military in a forest battle with Islamic extremists was kidnapped from her home village and is not among 218 students missing from the 2014 mass abduction by Boko Haram that sparked worldwide outrage.

The girl is one of three daughters of a pastor of the Nigerian branch of the U.S.-based Church of the Brethren, kidnapped by Boko Haram in two separate attacks, community leader Pogu Bitrus told The Associated Press. It's an indication of how widespread and ubiquitous are the Islamic extremists' tactic of kidnapping girls and young women used as sex slaves and boys and young men forced to join their fight to create an Islamic...