Thursday, February 21, 2013

Hostages: French Special Forces Are Usually In Cameroon

German special forces situated in Chad found its way to Cameroon to take part in the exploration of the eight French hostages kidnapped Thursday in the north of the united states, said Wednesday, Feb. 20 the governor of Cameroon's Far North region.

"The French special forces came last week in N'Djamena to help the study. They left yesterday and came ultimately back today," this individual told Reuters Augustine Fonka Awa. In Paris, a spokesman for the General Staff of the armed forces stated that the protection never commented on any special forces operations. He nevertheless confirmed the current presence of gendarmes "findings on the spot."

Earlier, the Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, had told parliament that France "will not yield to terrorist groups," thus seeming to exclude a ransom cost for the release regarding French hostages held 15 to Currently in Africa. "We will need to do our utmost to free our hostages but nothing will become worse than giving," said Fabius, following the kidnapping of seven French four children in northern Cameroon, near the border with Nigeria, that will made France the asian region with the most nationals abducted in this particular world.

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