Feb 20, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger
Cameroon President Paul Biya said late Tuesday that his government is in talks with Nigerian authorities to free seven French tourists who were seized in Cameroon Tuesday and taken across the border.
The collaboration of both countries is obligatory. Their efforts need to be joint to avoid a failure in the efforts being made to rescue the hostages. No solitary action should be undertaken by any of the countries.
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