Kidnappers have released the remaining 29 students they were holding captive, nearly two months after abducting them from a forestry college in Nigeria’s Kaduna state. Al Jazeera reports that the newly released students arrived at police headquarters in Kaduna city on Wednesday night looking weak, forlorn and wearing dirty, torn clothes. One female student could not walk alone and was carried into the building, while another was rushed to the hospital but police did not allow journalists to speak to any of them. One parent said they had not been allowed to see their children while another said she had spoken to her daughter on the phone and had been told that the students would be released on Thursday following medical checks.