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> French citizens are prime targets for kidnappers with France's government thought willing to make large ransom payments. The country has 4,000 troops across the Sahara on a mission to quell the Islamist threat. And President Macron on Monday met presidents from the region,saying he wants to rethink how the forces are best used.
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He's trying to track her down, hoping her captors will let him see her just once. In her last video message, she invited him to visit her, saying he'd be safe.>>
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It's hard to understand why they gave us such a gift, because it is a real gift for a hostage.>> Sebastian's missions has already taken him to far flung spots across the Sahara. This time to someone who might be able to put him in touch with her captors.
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All the while Sebastian Petronin's one man mission, goes on.