Six Britons, one UK resident believed killed in Algeria
LONDON (AFP) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Sunday that six Britons and one British resident were thought to have been killed in the Algerian hostage crisis, which he said was a "stark reminder" of the threat of global terrorism.
"Tragically, we now know that three British nationals have been killed, and a further three are believed to be dead. And also a further British resident is also believed to be dead," he said in a statement.
"I know the whole country will want to join me in sending our sympathies and condolences to the families who have undergone an absolutely dreadful ordeal, and now face life without these very precious loved ones."
The Foreign Office later named one of the British men killed as Paul Morgan.