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Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (R) is embraced by Statoil's Executive Vice President Margrethe Oevrum during a press conference on Januaray 19, 2013, after his visit at the drop-in center in Bergen, Norway for relatives of the Statoil-employees taken hostages in Algeria. Two Norwegians have been found alive but six others remain unaccounted for in the hostage crisis at a gas field in Algeria, Norway's Statoil said Saturday. AFP PHOTO / ANETTE KARLSEN, SCANPIX NORWAY / NORWAY OUT (Photo credit should read Karlsen, Anette/AFP/Getty Images)
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Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (R) is embraced by Statoil's Executive Vice President Margrethe Oevrum during a press conference on Januaray 19, 2013, after his visit at the drop-in center in Bergen, Norway for relatives of the Statoil-employees taken hostages in Algeria. Two Norwegians have been found alive but six others remain unaccounted for in the hostage crisis at a gas field in Algeria, Norway's Statoil said Saturday. AFP PHOTO / ANETTE KARLSEN, SCANPIX NORWAY / NORWAY OUT (Photo credit should read Karlsen, Anette/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 19, 2013
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Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg is embraced by Statoil's... News Photo 159718660Algeria,Bergen,Center,Conflict,Crisis,Family,Hordaland County,Horizontal,Hostage,In Aménas Hostage Crisis,Jens Stoltenberg,Kidnapping,Margrethe Oevrum,Norway,Press Conference,Prime Minister,Statoil,Terrorism,Vice President,Visit,drop-inPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPNorway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg (R) is embraced by Statoil's Executive Vice President Margrethe Oevrum during a press conference on Januaray 19, 2013, after his visit at the drop-in center in Bergen, Norway for relatives of the Statoil-employees taken hostages in Algeria. Two Norwegians have been found alive but six others remain unaccounted for in the hostage crisis at a gas field in Algeria, Norway's Statoil said Saturday. AFP PHOTO / ANETTE KARLSEN, SCANPIX NORWAY / NORWAY OUT (Photo credit should read Karlsen, Anette/AFP/Getty Images)