• Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari, third right, receives Amina Ali, left, the rescued Chibok school girl, and her 4 month-old baby at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)

    1st Chibok girl to escape Boko Haram to be feted in Nigeria

    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Aid workers and parents of the girls who were kidnapped from a school in 2014 lashed out at the Nigerian government and military Thursday for their handling of the first of the so-called Chibok girls to escape the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram.

  • Taiwan's new president Tsai Ing-wen arrives for the presidential inauguration ceremony at the Presidential Office, Friday , May 20, 2016, in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwan inaugurated Tsai as its first female president on Friday, returning the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party to power amid new concerns over increasingly fractious relations with Beijing and a flagging economy. (Taipei Photojournalist Association, Pool Photo via AP)

    Taiwan’s leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woes

    BEIJING (AP) — Taiwan’s newly inaugurated President Tsai Ing-wen, the first female leader of the self-ruled island, must confront major challenges including navigating increasingly fractious relations with Beijing and rejuvenating the flagging economy.

  • RETRANSMISSION TO REMOVE NAME OF POTENTIAL RAPE VICTIM - This May 12, 2014, file image taken from video posted by Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorist network purports to show the missing girls abducted from a boarding school in the northeastern town of Chibok. Soldiers have found one of the kidnapped girls, her uncle said Wednesday, May 18, 2016 describing her as pregnant and traumatized but otherwise fine. (Militant Video via AP, File)

    Relative: Chibok girl snatched by Boko Haram found, pregnant

    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — One of the teenagers kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists over two years ago from a boarding school in northeastern Nigeria has been found with a baby and reunited with her mother, a doctor said Wednesday — the first of the Chibok girls to be recovered since the mass abduction.