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Islamists take foreign hostages in Algeria

Islamists take foreign hostages in Algeria

epa03540188 CEO of Statoil, Helge Lund, answers questions about the situation in their gas plant a In Aminas in Algeria, during press brief in Stavanger, Norway, 17 January 2013. Reports state that Algerian troops have surrounded, Islamist gunmen holding a group of expatriate workers hostage, after killing a Briton and an Algerian in an attack on a bus at a natural gas field in south-east Algeria. The gunmen have demanded an 'immediate end' to France's intervention in neighbouring Mali. EPA/KENT SKIBSTAD NORWAY OUT
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