Freed hostage from Philipinnes at clinic in Algiers
epa03542878 Algerian Minister of Energy and Mines Youcef Yousfi (C) visits an injured former hostage from philippines (L), at the clinic Algiers Al Azhar, in Algiers, Algeria, 18 January 2013. According to APS on 18 January, more than 60 foreign workers of a total 132 taken hostage at an Algerian gas complex have been freed. A further 573 Algerian workers had been freed by Algerian troops, who stormed the complex on 18 January. EPA/APS
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