Reports from northeastern Nigeria say another sixty young women and girls have been abducted from villages in the past week by suspected Boko Haram militants.
According to the BBC residents and officials said the abductions took place during a series of raids over the past week in villages in Borno state.
It's also reported that dozens of people were killed in the attacks.
A resident in the village of Kummabza told the BBC "these Boko Haram insurgents just came in and raided entire villages. They captured some women and children and burnt almost all the houses."
Boko Haram is still holding more than 200 girls it captured in Borno's Chibok town on 14 April.
The Islamist group is demanding the release of its fighters and their relatives in exchange for the girls.