epa03541362 Statoil's CEO Helge Lund (C) arrives to visit relatives of people being taken as hostages in Algeria, at the center which has been established near the ariport in Bergen, Norway, 17 January 2013. According to reports, the Algeria's military launched a deadly attack against Islamist militants holding Western hostages in a Sahara desert gas complex, allowing some captives to flee. The militants have demanded an end to France's military operation against Islamist rebels in neighbouring Mali. Norwegian energy group Statoil was to evacuate 40 personnel from Algeria as soon possible, chief executive Helge Lund has said at a press conference. EPA/LARSEN HAKON MOSVOLD NORWAY OUT
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