The Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has paid tribute to two men from the city killed in a terrorist attack in Algeria.
Paul Morgan, 46, and Garry Barlow, 49, were killed by Islamic militants who stormed the gas plant in Sahara desert.
Mayor Anderson said the thoughts and prayers of the people of Liverpool were within the two families, adding that the city 'stood shoulder to shoulder with them' in their grief.
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