Survivors of one of the largest hostage crises in recent memory recounted their ordeal, which began Wednesday when Islamist militants took over a natural gas facility in Algeria and ended Saturday with a final assault by the Algerian military.
Jan. 23, 2013 Overseas Filipino workers Crisostomo Carabio, center, and Ramon Tertosa, center right, who were at the remote desert natural gas complex in Algeria when it was attacked by Islamist militants, arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila. Carabio and Tertosa, along with two other Filipino employees who worked for Japanese plant-construction company JGC in Algeria, arrived in the city Wednesday. Six Filipino workers were among the 37 hostages killed in the attack. Bullit Marquez/AP Buy Photo