(NBC News) Amid growing pressure at home, the U.S. is setting up a joint intelligence team at our embassy in Nigeria with military and FBI experts in intelligence, hostage negotiations, helping victims, and investigating crime scenes - the school where more than 300 girls disappeared.
A senior intelligence official says the U.S. could help with satellite imaging and electronic eavesdropping.
There are already unmanned drones in the region.
Secretary of State John Kerry says the U.S. offered help from the beginning.
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