FRANCE-NIGERIA-UNREST-KIDNAP : Nyhetsfoto

FRANCE-NIGERIA-UNREST-KIDNAP

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RICHARD BOUHET / Frilansare
Anne-Marie Collomp (2L), wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp, walks with supporters in Le Port, on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, on January 20, 2013 during a march demanding the release of her husband. 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 (2L), wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp, walks with supporters in Le Port, on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, on January 20, 2013 during a march demanding the release of her husband. 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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Datum skapat:
20 januari 2013
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159764411
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AnneMarie Collomp wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp... Nyhetsfoto 159764411Fransk kultur,Frige,Gå,Horisontell,Ingenjör,Kidnappning,Kräva,Kvinnor,Maka,Make,Män,Rättsväsendet,VuxenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPAnne-Marie Collomp (2L), wife of kidnapped French engineer Francis Collomp, walks with supporters in Le Port, on the French Indian Ocean island of Reunion, on January 20, 2013 during a march demanding the release of her husband. 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)