epa03546278 A view of weapons sized by the Algerian authorities following the hostage taking in a gas plant shown to journalists in the town of In Amenas, about 1300 km Southeast of Algiers, Algeria, 20 January 2012. Media reports state on 20 January death toll at a gas plant rose to 80 with one Western leader warning of a long war on terror ahead in North Africa following one of the worst hostage crisis in recent years. The nationalities of all the victims was not clear, and the Algerian government warned the toll could rise even further at the plant, where staff from more than 10 nations worked. EPA/STR
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