US surveillance aircraft are finally in the skies joining the hunt for the hundreds of missing school girls. They are paring down on a stretch of land the size of New England. ABC's Hamlisch McDonald... See More
US surveillance aircraft are finally in the skies joining the hunt for the hundreds of missing school girls. They are paring down on a stretch of land the size of New England. ABC's Hamlisch McDonald a foreign correspondent who has covered Africa for years is back on the story tonight. US forces -- down tonight surveillance. Like these. Scouring the remote and rugged area the size of New England in search of the missing girls. The plane is equipped with -- who cameras that -- real time images of the ground as far weighs 35000. Feet. With this kind of -- crucially it can also monitor phone calls below news. And tonight ABC news has learned a long range US drone is also joined -- so -- this is urgent work for parents of the missing. -- now positively identified at least fifty of the girls. In this -- videos. Proving attention that it -- attending now a month on from the abduction that they I really wants supported the international community. The -- attention and there -- got. One of America's top commanders here for a -- -- trip has reviewed -- -- -- -- led by a team of experts. -- -- these tools. Nigeria's government easing contact with -- horror of violent extremist group behind the kidnapping. Could -- -- -- fit all the support and all the worry he's tiny faces a still in grave danger. -- McDonald ABC news Abuja Nigeria.
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