Libyan connection to In Amenas raid still unclear

Tripoli, 17 January:

In a series of contradictory Algerian government accounts, two Libyans were reported among Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists who attacked the In Amenas gas production facility some 100 kilometres west the Libyan border at  dawn on Wednesday.

It has also been asserted both that the attackers had crossed into Algeria from Libya and that the assailants came from neither Libya nor Mali

AFP has reported Algerian MInister of Interior and Local Authorities,  Daho Ould Kablia, as asserting that though all the kidnappers were Algeria, they had entered the country from Libya. However, at the start of . . .

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