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Are expat workers safe in volatile countries?


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Over the last 24 hours the news has been dominated by the Algerian hostage crisis which has seen in excess of 40 workers taken hostage at a gas plant in eastern Algeria. A number of governments around the world have been drawn into the crisis with British, French and other international workers being held against [...]

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