Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan (C) is escorted by French president Francois Hollande as he leaves following a summit on the threat from Islamist sect Boko Haram at the Elysee palace, on May 17, 2014 in Paris. (AFP PHOTO/ ALAIN JOCARD)
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France's foreign minister offered China his country's help on Sunday in locating 10 workers feared kidnapped by Boko Haram militants, as African leaders joined forces to fight the terrorist group."We have already told our Chinese friends that we were at their disposal in helping them find their citizens," Laurent Fabius said on a visit to the Chinese capital, where he will meet Prime Minister Li Keqiang on Monday. The Chinese road workers were apparently taken from their camp in a night-time attack in northern Cameroon on Friday night.
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