The White House will send a team to Nigeria to aid in the search for nearly 300 kidnapped teenage girls, U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday in an interview with ABC News.
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"We’ve already sent in a team," Obama said, adding that the Nigerian government has "accepted our help." That team consists of a combination of military, law enforcement and "other agencies" who will try and identify where in fact these girls might be and to provide them help, the president said, calling it a "heartbreaking" and "outrageous" situation.
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