UK's Cameron says fears for five Britons in Algeria
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Saturday he feared for the lives of five British citizens unaccounted for after a hostage-taking at a gas plant in Algeria.
"One British citizen has already been killed in this brutal attack and we now fear the worst for the lives of five others who are not yet accounted for," Cameron said in a news release.
(Reporting By Jason Webb and Mohammed Abbas)
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