As David Cameron arrived in Algeria he pledged closer security co-operation with its government to counter the threat from Islamic terrorists in North and West Africa.
He is the first western leader to visit the country following the hostage crisis in which six Britons were murdered at the gas complex in the Saraha Desert. Rageh Omaar reports from the capital, Algiers.
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