Nigerian Government in Talks With Boko Haram

The government speaks with terrorist leaders while U.S., U.K. officials intensify their efforts to locate the kidnapped girls.
1:39 | 05/13/14

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Now, to the desperate search for the missing schoolgirls. The government is talking with the terror group in Nigeria. And american-manned missions are under way. Hammo hamish Macdonald is in Nigeria for us. Reporter: It does not mean it's associating with boko harm, for prisoner exchange. This morning, the U.S. Is sharing vital intelligence with Nigeria, handing over satellite imagery, running manned surveillance flights, to help find those girls. This video may prove they're alive. Showing 100 of the missing, dressed in veils and chanting verses of the Koran. He wants to exchange the girls for prisoners. They're talking to leadership but not negotiating. Intelligence analysts are scouring the video for clues. You can see large spaces between the trees. Had a drone been flying overhead, when this happened, they would have seen it. Reporter: These are images of the burned-out school. Remnants of the dorm where they were sleeping. In the ashes, all that's left is their schoolwork. It's clear in a the united States and the U.K. Are intensifying their efforts to help find these missing girls. But as they say, the trail is four weeks old. They're not holding out a lot of hope.

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