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Men look at the wreckage of a vehicle near the natural-gas plant in Ain Amenas, Algeria, in this undated photo. Algerian bomb squads on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013, scoured the plant, where Islamist militants took dozens of foreign workers hostage, and found "numerous" new bodies 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. (AP Photo/Echorouk Elyaoumi)
Photo by: Echorouk Elyaoumi
Men look at the wreckage of a vehicle near the natural-gas plant in Ain Amenas, Algeria, in this undated photo. Algerian bomb squads on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013, scoured the plant, where Islamist militants took dozens of foreign workers hostage, and found "numerous" new bodies 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. (AP Photo/Echorouk Elyaoumi)

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