Dead and missing from siege at Algerian gas plant
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: January 20, 2013
Here's the latest information from Algeria on the dead and missing after a bloody, four-day hostage siege at the country's remote Ain Amenas natural gas plant.
-29 Islamist militants, according to the Algerian government.
-37 foreign hostages, Algeria says.
-One Algerian security guard at the plant, Algeria says.
-Foreign hostages confirmed dead so far include seven workers from Japan, six from the Philippines, three each from Britain and the United States, two from Romania and one from France.
THE MISSING HOSTAGES:
-Algeria says five foreign hostages remain missing - either because they fled or their bodies have not yet been found. In addition, the government has said seven bodies of foreign hostages have not been identified by name or nationality. But other governments' figures show more unaccounted for.
-JAPAN: Three Japanese still missing, the government says.
-NORWAY: Five Norwegian employees of Statoil remain missing, the energy company says.
-BRITAIN: Three Britons and a Colombian who lived in the U.K. are still missing, the government says.
-THE PHILIPPINES: Four Filipinos remain missing, the government says.
-MALAYSIA: Two Malaysians are still missing, the government says.
THE LIVING :
- Three kidnappers captured, Algeria says.
- 685 Algerian plant workers freed, Algeria says.
- 107 foreign workers freed. Algeria says.
In this undated photo, men look at the wreckage of a vehicle near Ain Amenas, Algeria. Algerian bomb squads scouring a gas plant where Islamist militants took dozens of foreign workers hostage found "numerous" new bodies on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013 as they searched for explosive traps left behind by the attackers, a security official said, a day after a bloody raid ended the four-day siege of the remote desert refinery.