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Families of Britons killed in 2013 siege at gas plant in Algeria frustrated by inquiry delay over 'sensitive' materials.
New wells could be critical to boosting the country's standing as an international gas exporter, but challenges persist.
Instability in the Middle East has encouraged Turkey to strengthen relations with Algeria.
New leaders are needed for Algeria's problems to be resolved.
Ahmed Belbacha turned over to Algerian government after being held in US prison for more than a decade without charge.
Energy companies remain wary, though, after deadly 2013 attack on natural gas facility.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 76, tries to dispel fears he is incapacitated after he suffered full stroke in late April.
Algeria puts more troops on its border with Mali to deter armed groups fleeing from the war in the West African state.
Prime minister will be first western leader to visit country since the recent deadly assault on its gas installations.
Total of 37 foreigners along with 11 Algerian workers and 29 hostage-takers dead after gas-plant attack.
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