List: Dead and missing from siege at Algerian gas plant
Algerian special police unit officers guard the entrance of an hospital located near the gas plant where hostages have been kidnapped by Islamic militants, in Ain Amenas, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. (AP / Anis Belghoul)
Published Monday, January 21, 2013 9:53AM EST
Last Updated Monday, January 21, 2013 12:50PM EST
At least 66 people have been reported dead, including 29 Islamist militants, after a bloody, four-day hostage situation at Algeria's remote Ain Amenas natural gas plant.
More than a dozen foreign workers remained unaccounted for as of Monday afternoon.
Here's the latest information from Algeria on the dead and missing:
- 29 Islamist militants, according to the Algerian government
- 37 foreign hostages
- 1 Algerian driver at the plant
Those confirmed dead so far include: seven workers from Japan, six from the Philippines, three each from Britain and the United States, two from Romania and one from France.
The missing hostages:
Algeria says five foreign hostages remain missing, but other governments say that number is too low.
- JAPAN: 3 Japanese still missing
- NORWAY: 5 Norwegian employees of Statoil are still missing
- BRITAIN: 3 other Britons still missing and feared dead
- THE PHILIPPINES: 4 Filipinos are still missing
- MALAYSIA: 2 Malaysians are missing
- 3 kidnappers captured
- 685 Algerian plant workers freed
- 107 foreign workers freed