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Nigeria: 2nd girl rescued; not listed as taken from Chibok

  • Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari, second right, receives Amina Ali, the rescued Chibok school girl, at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)

    Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari, second right, receives Amina Ali, the rescued Chibok school girl, at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)  (The Associated Press)

  • Amina Ali, the rescue Chibok school girl, sits during a meeting with Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)

    Amina Ali, the rescue Chibok school girl, sits during a meeting with Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)  (The Associated Press)

  • Amina Ali, left, the rescued Chibok school girl, and her mother attend a meeting with Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)

    Amina Ali, left, the rescued Chibok school girl, and her mother attend a meeting with Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential palace in Abuja, Nigeria, Thursday, May. 19, 2016. The first Chibok teenager to escape from Boko Haram's Sambisa Forest stronghold was flown to Abuja on Thursday and met with Nigeria's president, even as her freedom adds pressure on the government to do more to rescue 218 other missing girls. (AP Photo/Azeez Akunleyan)  (The Associated Press)

Nigeria's military reports rescuing a second Chibok schoolgirl in a forest battle with Islamic extremists, but a community leader says she is not on the list of 218 students missing from the 2014 mass abduction by Boko Haram.

The army says it liberated 97 women and children and killed 35 extremists on Thursday night, including a second Chibok girl identified as 157 on the list of 218 missing girls kidnapped from a boarding school in Chibok.

Community leader Pogu Bitrus told The Associated Press that number 157 has a different name. The list has two other young women sharing the surname given by the military. Bitrus says the rescued girl may have been visiting sisters at the school.

The first Chibok teenager escaped on Tuesday with a 4-month-old baby.