Jan. 22 - The bodies of two Romanian citizens killed in the Algerian gas field hostage crisis return to Romania. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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The bodies of two Romanians killed in the Algerian gas field hostage crisis returned home on a military plane on Tuesday (January 22).
After a short religious service, the bodies were taken to Ploiesti (60 km west of Bucharest) for autopsies to formally identify the victims.
The families of the dead Romanians were at the airport for the arrival of their loved ones. One of the men who was killed has left behind a six-year-old child and the wife of the second victim is pregnant.
After the formal identification process, the victims' bodies will return to their home villages.
Three other Romanian workers who survived have already flown home.
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