CAMEROON-NIGERIA-FRANCE-UNREST-RELIGION-KIDNAPPING : News Photo

CAMEROON-NIGERIA-FRANCE-UNREST-RELIGION-KIDNAPPING

TO GO WITH STORY BY REINNIER KAZE Sister Francoise Dupont poses in Maroua, northern Cameroon, on November 19, 2013. Father Georges Vandenbeusch's glasses are still lying abandoned on his desk, a reminder of his sudden kidnapping three days ago near Cameroon's border with Nigeria by Islamist group Boko Haram. 'He was never without them,' said Sister Francoise, a nun who worked with Vandenbeusch in the Nguetchewe parish, about 30 kilometres (20 miles) from the Nigerian border. 'We don't know how he is, wherever he is. We don't know if he is cold, if he has enough food or if he's being treated properly.' Despite the kidnapping, claimed by banned Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram, Sister Francoise said she did not want to leave her parishioners. AFP PHOTO / REINNIER KAZE (Photo credit should read Reinnier KAZE/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH STORY BY REINNIER KAZE Sister Francoise Dupont poses in Maroua, northern Cameroon, on November 19, 2013. Father Georges Vandenbeusch's glasses are still lying abandoned on his desk, a reminder of his sudden kidnapping three days ago near Cameroon's border with Nigeria by Islamist group Boko Haram. 'He was never without them,' said Sister Francoise, a nun who worked with Vandenbeusch in the Nguetchewe parish, about 30 kilometres (20 miles) from the Nigerian border. 'We don't know how he is, wherever he is. We don't know if he is cold, if he has enough food or if he's being treated properly.' Despite the kidnapping, claimed by banned Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram, Sister Francoise said she did not want to leave her parishioners. AFP PHOTO / REINNIER KAZE (Photo credit should read Reinnier KAZE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Sister Francoise Dupont poses in Maroua northern Cameroon on November... News Photo 450537791Cameroon,Females,Go,Horizontal,Portrait,Religion,Sister,StoryPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTO GO WITH STORY BY REINNIER KAZE Sister Francoise Dupont poses in Maroua, northern Cameroon, on November 19, 2013. Father Georges Vandenbeusch's glasses are still lying abandoned on his desk, a reminder of his sudden kidnapping three days ago near Cameroon's border with Nigeria by Islamist group Boko Haram. 'He was never without them,' said Sister Francoise, a nun who worked with Vandenbeusch in the Nguetchewe parish, about 30 kilometres (20 miles) from the Nigerian border. 'We don't know how he is, wherever he is. We don't know if he is cold, if he has enough food or if he's being treated properly.' Despite the kidnapping, claimed by banned Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram, Sister Francoise said she did not want to leave her parishioners. AFP PHOTO / REINNIER KAZE (Photo credit should read Reinnier KAZE/AFP/Getty Images)