CAMEROON-FRANCE-NIGERIA-CHAD-HOSTAGES : News Photo

CAMEROON-FRANCE-NIGERIA-CHAD-HOSTAGES

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PATRICK FORT -- People gather around a loading dock in Blangoua, on the lagoon which feeds into Lake Chad, on March 1, 2013. More and more security forces say it is probable that Nigerian Islamist extremist group Boko Haram, who claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of a French family on February 19 in northern Cameroon, have moved north towards Chad. 'What I want, its to catch the bastards' Marine captain and head of the Cameroonian Marine presence on Lake Chad Aboubakar said. Lake Chad, a huge area with small islands and canals separating it from Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad and Niger, is a possible hiding place for the kidnappers of the French family and their hostages. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK FORT (Photo credit should read PATRICK FORT/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PATRICK FORT -- People gather around a loading dock in Blangoua, on the lagoon which feeds into Lake Chad, on March 1, 2013. More and more security forces say it is probable that Nigerian Islamist extremist group Boko Haram, who claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of a French family on February 19 in northern Cameroon, have moved north towards Chad. 'What I want, its to catch the bastards' Marine captain and head of the Cameroonian Marine presence on Lake Chad Aboubakar said. Lake Chad, a huge area with small islands and canals separating it from Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad and Niger, is a possible hiding place for the kidnappers of the French family and their hostages. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK FORT (Photo credit should read PATRICK FORT/AFP/Getty Images)
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People gather around a loading dock in Blangoua on the lagoon which... News Photo 163060259Assembling,Blangoua,Cameroon,Conflict,Dock,Feeds,Fort,Go,Horizontal,Lagoon,Lake Chad,Loading,Patrick,People,StoryPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PATRICK FORT -- People gather around a loading dock in Blangoua, on the lagoon which feeds into Lake Chad, on March 1, 2013. More and more security forces say it is probable that Nigerian Islamist extremist group Boko Haram, who claimed responsibility for the kidnapping of a French family on February 19 in northern Cameroon, have moved north towards Chad. 'What I want, its to catch the bastards' Marine captain and head of the Cameroonian Marine presence on Lake Chad Aboubakar said. Lake Chad, a huge area with small islands and canals separating it from Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad and Niger, is a possible hiding place for the kidnappers of the French family and their hostages. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK FORT (Photo credit should read PATRICK FORT/AFP/Getty Images)