(HRW) – In March 2015, Boko Haram fighters fleeing security forces from Chad and Niger escaped with some women and hundreds of children abducted from Damasak in Borno State. At least 300 of them were students at the Zanna Mobarti Primary School. Boko Haram insurgents attacked Damasak in November 2014, took control of the town, and abducted children between ages 2 and 17 years. The children were locked up in the Zanna Mobarti Primary School, which was used as a base by Boko Haram to tutor captives about their ideology.