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JAPAN-ALGERIA-MALI-CONFLICT

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Takeshi Endo (C), public relations manager of Japanese plant construction company JGC, answers questions during a press conference at the JGC headquarters in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo on January 21, 2013. JGC has been thrust into the spotlight by the hostage crisis, which has seen as many as a dozen Japanese nationals killed. A Japanese hostage who narrowly survived the armed attack on an Algerian gas plant said he was sure he would die after seeing two colleagues shot dead in front of him, a report said on January 21. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Takeshi Endo (C), public relations manager of Japanese plant construction company JGC, answers questions during a press conference at the JGC headquarters in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo on January 21, 2013. JGC has been thrust into the spotlight by the hostage crisis, which has seen as many as a dozen Japanese nationals killed. A Japanese hostage who narrowly survived the armed attack on an Algerian gas plant said he was sure he would die after seeing two colleagues shot dead in front of him, a report said on January 21. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Takeshi Endo public relations manager of Japanese plant construction... Nieuwsfoto's 159811035Antwoorden,Bedrijfsleven,Bouw,Buitenwijk,Conflict,Fabriek,Hoofdkantoor,Japan,Kanagawa,Persconferentie,Terrorisme,Tokio,Verticaal,Vragen,YokohamaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTakeshi Endo (C), public relations manager of Japanese plant construction company JGC, answers questions during a press conference at the JGC headquarters in Yokohama, suburban Tokyo on January 21, 2013. JGC has been thrust into the spotlight by the hostage crisis, which has seen as many as a dozen Japanese nationals killed. A Japanese hostage who narrowly survived the armed attack on an Algerian gas plant said he was sure he would die after seeing two colleagues shot dead in front of him, a report said on January 21. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)