All 79 of the children who were kidnapped by armed men in Cameroon on Monday have been released—but two of their teachers are still being held, according to a pastor who is carrying out the negotiations. “They were brought last night to one of our churches... near Bamenda (the regional capital). They look tired and psychologically tortured,” Samuel Fonki, a minister of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, said Wednesday. The group was abducted in Bamenda, the commercial hub of west Cameroon’s English-speaking region, and the abductions have been blamed on English-speaking separatists who believe they’re being marginalized by the country’s French-speaking government. However, the separatists have denied involvement.