One of more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by Islamist militant group Boko Haram from their school in northeast Nigeria's Chibok more than two years ago has been found by soldiers.
About 270 girls were kidnapped by the jihadist group, which has waged a seven-year insurgency aimed at creating an Islamic caliphate in the northeast, in April 2014.
Army spokesperson Sani Usman said on Saturday the girl was discovered by troops screening escapees from Boko Haram's base in the Sambisa forest in Borno State.
The girl, Maryam Ali Maiyanga, was "discovered to be carrying a 10-month-old son", the spokesperson said.
Last month, 21 of the abducted girls were released by Boko Haram following talks with the government brokered by the International Red Cross and the Swiss government.
The first of them to be found was discovered by soldiers on the edge of the Sambisa forest, a vast woodland area, in May.