• A girl identified as Monica, listens to a translator explain how she managed to escape Boko Haram during a Bring Back Our Girls vigil in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, April 21, 2016, which, two years after Boko Haram abducted the girls from their school, is still held daily. A total of 219 girls remain missing, and Power said she couldn't imagine the frustration of the families. Power is traveling to Cameroon, Chad, and Nigeria to highlight the growing threat Boko Haram poses to the Lake Chad Basin region. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

    Returning home is a mixed blessing for victims of Boko Haram

    YOLA, Nigeria (AP) — “Bring Back Our Girls,” say the placards in the park and the tweets read around the world. But for thousands of girls and women who’ve escaped Boko Haram’s clutches, the message they’ve sometimes encountered at homecomings has been “Stay Away.”

  • This photo provided by The Public Theater  shows, Pascale Armand, from left, Lupita Nyong’o, and Saycon Sengbloh in "Eclipsed," written by Danai Gurira, in New York. In an effort to shine a light on the hundreds of girls abducted from a school in Nigeria two years ago, all performances of the Broadway play “Eclipsed” will be dedicated to the still-missing victims. Gurira said Friday, April 22, 2016, that each future performance of her play will be dedicated to a girl who has been abducted by the Boko Haram and will be named in her honor. (Joan Marcus/The Public Theater via AP)

    ‘Eclipsed’ shows on Broadway to be dedicated to victims

    NEW YORK (AP) — In an effort to shine a light on the hundreds of girls abducted from a school in Nigeria two years ago, all performances of the Broadway play “Eclipsed” will be dedicated to the still-missing victims.