British Foreign Secretary, William Hague speaks on Algeria hostages
epa03542357 (L-R) British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, Australia's Foreign Minister Bob Carr, the Australian Defence Minister Stephen Smith, and British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond speak to the media after the AUKMIN consultations, dealing with a Treaty for Defence and Security Co-operation at the State Reception Centre in Perth, Australia, 18 January 2013. Reports state that speaking to the media about the terrorist incident in Algeria the Foreign Secretary William Hague said, Our priority remains to identify exactly what has happened to each British national caught up in this incident. We have sent additional staff to Algeria and are in close touch with the Algerian authorities and BP. We are working to ensure that those who survived this ordeal are properly cared for and reunited with their loved ones, and that the families of all those involved rece
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