Algeria: Day 4 of hostage standoff with international band of militants at Sahara gas plant

  • Article by: PAUL SCHEMM and ANIS BELGHOUL , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 19, 2013 - 4:58 AM

Three days into the crisis at a natural gas plant deep in the Sahara, it remained unclear how many had perished in the faceoff

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lajessenJan. 18, 1311:02 AM

Why do you keep referring to these people as militants? They are terrorists. Let's call a spade a spade.

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oldmanjonesJan. 18, 1312:25 PM

Militant = terrorist in my book. What's the difference?

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westmetromanJan. 18, 1312:47 PM

If there was a ban on assult weapons in Algeria this would have never happened. We need more gun control in Algeria.

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FrankLJan. 18, 13 1:17 PM

But Islam is a peace loving religion!

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tnesleyJan. 18, 13 4:09 PM

westmetroman: "We need more gun control in Algeria." Bravo!

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luzhishenJan. 18, 13 6:29 PM

"But Islam is a peace loving religion!" Those Islamic atomic weapons really did a number on Japan. The creeps who did this killed many more Muslims than Christians, which should indicate how beloved they are by majority in Algeria. As for the Algerian government's position, it may be the only possible one.

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ruphinaJan. 18, 13 8:36 PM

They are not terrorists, they are freedom fighters, right? Bill G.

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rascal1234Jan. 18, 1310:34 PM

Why is this story not on the front page of the website? This is likely an event much like the Iranian hostage crisis. Does the whitewashing of this administration's failure in foreign policy really go this deep?

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