UK offers spy planes to help Nigeria schoolgirl search

LONDON (AFP) - Britain has offered Nigeria surveillance aircraft and a military team to help with the search for more than 200 missing schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram militants, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday.

"Today I can announce we have offered Nigeria further assistance in terms of surveillance aircraft, a military team to embed with the Nigerian army in their HQ and a team to work with US experts to analyse information on the girls' location," he told parliament.