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Anne-Marie Collomp (C), wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp, next to her sisters Gilda Marbois (L) and Micheline Breda, is seen in Le Port, on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, on December 27, 2012. The radical Islamist group Ansaru claimed the recent kidnapping in northern Nigeria of Collomp, citing France's push for a military intervention in Mali as a justification. Ansaru, 'announces to the world, especially the French government, that it was responsible for the abduction of engineer Francis Collomp, 63, working for the French company Vergnet,' a statement emailed to journalists said. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET (Photo credit should read RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)
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Anne-Marie Collomp (C), wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp, next to her sisters Gilda Marbois (L) and Micheline Breda, is seen in Le Port, on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, on December 27, 2012. The radical Islamist group Ansaru claimed the recent kidnapping in northern Nigeria of Collomp, citing France's push for a military intervention in Mali as a justification. Ansaru, 'announces to the world, especially the French government, that it was responsible for the abduction of engineer Francis Collomp, 63, working for the French company Vergnet,' a statement emailed to journalists said. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET (Photo credit should read RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 27, 2012
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AnneMarie Collomp wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp... News Photo 158741111Adult,Engineer,Females,French Culture,Horizontal,Kidnapping,Law,Reunion,Sister,Wife,WomenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPAnne-Marie Collomp (C), wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp, next to her sisters Gilda Marbois (L) and Micheline Breda, is seen in Le Port, on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, on December 27, 2012. The radical Islamist group Ansaru claimed the recent kidnapping in northern Nigeria of Collomp, citing France's push for a military intervention in Mali as a justification. Ansaru, 'announces to the world, especially the French government, that it was responsible for the abduction of engineer Francis Collomp, 63, working for the French company Vergnet,' a statement emailed to journalists said. AFP PHOTO / RICHARD BOUHET (Photo credit should read RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)