Algerian authorities searched on Tuesday for five foreigners still missing and tried to identify seven charred bodies, days after a bloody hostage crisis, a security source said.
Algerian security personnel move bodies of victims killed during the hostage crisis at a desert gas plant from trucks in In Amenas on January 21, 2012. Algerian authorities are searching for five foreigners still missing from the bloody siege, a security source says
"Still no news about the five missing foreigners," the source told AFP, after Algerian special forces launched a final assault on Saturday against Islamist gunmen at the remote desert gas plant where they seized hundreds of hostages.
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