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A woman holds a candle during a vigil in Abuja, Nigeria, to mark one month since the girls of government secondary school Chibok were kidnapped, May 14. Nigeria's government is ruling out an exchange of more than 270 kidnapped schoolgirls for detained Islamic militants, Britain's top official for Africa said Wednesday. Boko Haram abducted more than 300 schoolgirls from the school in Chibok in the northeastern state of Borno on April 15. (AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
This file photo taken from video by Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorist network on Monday, May 12 shows the missing girls alleged to be abducted on April 14 from the town of Chibok in northeastern Nigeria. Freeing the 276 Nigerian girls from the terrorist group Boko Haram is now one of the U.S. government's top priorities, U.S. officials declared on Thursday, May 15, issuing warnings about the militant group's expanding reach and growing capacity for more sophisticated and deadlier terror attacks. (AP Photo)
PHILADELPHIA: Seeking to bridge deep Democratic divides, Bernie Sanders robustly embraced his former rival Hillary Clinton on Monday night as a champion for the same economic causes that enlivened his supporters, signaling it was time for them, too, to rally behind her in the campaign against Republican Donald Trump.