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Joseph Balmaceda, center, one of the four Filipino oil field workers who was wounded but survived the terrorist attacks of an oil field in Algeria, limps to his waiting vehicle after talking to the media at the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in Manila, Philippines, Monday Jan. 21, 2013. In a separate briefing by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Spokesman Raul Hernandez said six Filipino workers were killed and four more are still unaccounted for. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
Joseph Balmaceda, center, one of the four Filipino oil field workers who was wounded but survived the terrorist attacks of an oil field in Algeria, limps to his waiting vehicle after talking to the media at the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration in Manila, Philippines, Monday Jan. 21, 2013. In a separate briefing by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Spokesman Raul Hernandez said six Filipino workers were killed and four more are still unaccounted for. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

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