algeria hostages

David Cameron is to urge all G8 leaders to commit their countries not to pay terror ransoms in an international effort to
Tony Blair has given his backing to David Cameron's warning of a "generational" struggle against terrorism, in the wake of
The brother of one of the hostages killed in Algeria said he learnt of his brother's death on Facebook. Kenneth Whiteside
The Algerian military did a "bloody good job", a survivor of the Sahara hostage crisis has said. Peter Hunter, 53, from Durham
French and Canadian militants could have been among those who stormed an Algerian gas field, taking hundreds hostage and
Men look at the wreckage of a vehicle near Ain Amenas, Algeria His comments came as David Cameron prepared to update MPs
Britain's foreign policy will need fresh assessment in the wake of the Algerian hostage crisis a number of senior political
A survivor of the Algerian hostage crisis has relieved his daring escape from a terrorist attack on a BP compound, describing
The PM speaking From Chequers on Sunday morning Speaking from Chequers, the PM echoed President Barack Obama and blamed the
The Algerian hostage crisis, which has unsurprisingly dominated the news agenda this week, might now be over, but there will be very few able to extract anything positive from the four-day standoff and its eventual messy, bloody and violent end. As I write, British officials are still desperately trying to establish the fate of the remaining UK hostages at the Algerian gas plant. Facts are still few and far between. The only absolute truth: lives have been lost, and no side is able to claim victory.