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Kidnapped French Priest Freed In Cameroon

A French Roman Catholic priest was freed Tuesday after being held captive for seven weeks by Islamic militants in Cameroon.
Kidnapped French Priest Freed In Cameroon
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Via AFP:

A French Roman Catholic priest freed Tuesday after being held captive for seven weeks by Islamic militants in Cameroon said he was "in great shape" and thanked those who helped secure his release.

Georges Vandenbeusch, 42, was kidnapped on November 13 by heavily armed men who burst into his parish at night in the far north of the central African country and reportedly took him to neighbouring Nigeria.

The radical Islamist movement Boko Haram, which has killed thousands of people in attacks against Christians and government targets in northern Nigeria, claimed responsibility for holding...

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