Cameroon's information minister has vowed his country will "leave no stone unturned" in the hunt for Nigerian terror group Boko Haram, after they seized the wife of the country's vice prime minister and killed three people.
Issa Tchiroma said: "I can confirm that the home of Vice Prime Minister Amadou Ali in Kolofata came under a savage attack from Boko Haram militants."
He added: “We have been a victim of very nasty aggression. We have mobilized all our security and defense forces and the government will leave no stone unturned."
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