FRANCE-NIGERIA-UNREST-KIDNAP : News Photo

FRANCE-NIGERIA-UNREST-KIDNAP

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A picture taken on December 26, 2012 shows the residence where live French engineer Francis Collomp and his wife Anne-Marie in the Port on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion. The radical Islamist group Ansaru claimed the recent kidnapping of a French citizen in northern Nigeria, citing France's push for 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,' said a statement emailed to journalists. AFP PHOTO RICHARD BOUHET (Photo credit should read RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)
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A picture taken on December 26, 2012 shows the residence where live French engineer Francis Collomp and his wife Anne-Marie in the Port on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion. The radical Islamist group Ansaru claimed the recent kidnapping of a French citizen in northern Nigeria, citing France's push for 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,' said a statement emailed to journalists. AFP PHOTO RICHARD BOUHET (Photo credit should read RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 26, 2012
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A picture taken on December 26 2012 shows the residence where live... News Photo 158719879Adult,Baguette,Built Structure,Car,Conflict,Crisis,Crosswalk,Engineer,French Culture,French Food,French Overseas Territory,Horizontal,Hostage,Illustration,Illustration Technique,Kidnapping,Moving Past,Outdoors,Palm Tree,Picture,Port,Residential Structure,Reunion,Show,Street,Terrorism,Wife,WomenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA picture taken on December 26, 2012 shows the residence where live French engineer Francis Collomp and his wife Anne-Marie in the Port on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion. The radical Islamist group Ansaru claimed the recent kidnapping of a French citizen in northern Nigeria, citing France's push for 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,' said a statement emailed to journalists. AFP PHOTO RICHARD BOUHET (Photo credit should read RICHARD BOUHET/AFP/Getty Images)