Kidnappers who seized seven members of a French family, including four young children, in Cameroon, have taken them across the border into Nigeria, Cameroon's government has said.
A cabin at the Waza National Park is pictured in northern Cameroon in October 2008. Kidnappers have taken a French family, including four children, across the border into neighbouring Nigeria after seizing them on Tuesday, the Cameroon government said.
The family -- a couple, their children aged five, eight, 10 and 12 and an uncle -- were snatched by six gunmen on three motorbikes on Tuesday.
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