The army won't set out on a rescue mission
There is apparent disagreement between Nigeria's military chiefs and its president over how to rescue nearly 300 schoolgirls abducted by Islamic extremists, with the military saying use of force could get the hostages killed and the president ruling out demands for a prisoner exchange.
Defense chief Air Marshal Alex Badeh announced Monday night that the military has located the girls, but offered no way forward.
Well that's appalling, because not only will the girls suffer misery, the jihadists will still be roaming free. How is justice to be done if they don't figure out a way to deal with the crisis?
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