Algeria: Egypt Condemns Hostages' Kidnap Stresses Solidarity With Algeria

New details are emerging about the four-day hostage crisis at an Algeria gas facility. Amateur footage appears to show burnt out vehicles following ... ( Resource: Algeria Hostage Aftermath: 25 More Bodies Found

The Egyptian Foreign Ministry yesterday stressed condemnation of kidnapping a large number of hostages within an operation targeting an Algerian desert gas complex. Egypt expressed solidarity with the Algerian government and regret over the fall of a number of victims.

Moreover, the Foreign Ministry has tendered condolences to the families of the victims as well as the national governments.

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