Saa, who uses a pseudonym to protect her Christian family back in Nigeria, leaped from her captors' truck and ran through a deep forest to safety. There's now speculation that the remaining girls may be being used as suicide bombers.
That's an updated estimate according to United Nations data. The new number comes days before the UN Climate Summit, which will take up a range of issues influenced by world population.
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