In this Jan. 2012 photo taken by their daughter Alyssa Krause and made available by her, Jerry Krause, left, and wife Gina pose together for a photo at an unidentified location in Mali. Ten days ago, on Sunday, April 7, 2013, Jerry Krause disappeared together with his plane just miles from a refueling stop at a West African island. Since then, searches with a plane and boats have found no trace of Krause, a 54-year-old missionary and pilot, or the twin-engine Beechcraft 1900C that he was flying from South Africa to Mali. Krause's family in Mali, where he has lived for 16 years, and in Waseca, Minnesota, believes he is alive and could have landed in hostile territory.(AP Photo/Alyssa Krause)

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In this Jan. 2012 photo taken by their daughter Alyssa Krause and made available by her, Jerry Krause, left, and wife Gina pose together for a photo at an unidentified location in Mali. Ten days ago, on Sunday, April 7, 2013, Jerry Krause disappeared together with his plane just miles from a refueling stop at a West African island. Since then, searches with a plane and boats have found no trace of Krause, a 54-year-old missionary and pilot, or the twin-engine Beechcraft 1900C that he was flying from South Africa to Mali. Krause's family in Mali, where he has lived for 16 years, and in Waseca, Minnesota, believes he is alive and could have landed in hostile territory.(AP Photo/Alyssa Krause)
In this Jan. 2012 photo taken by their daughter Alyssa Krause and made available by her, Jerry Krause, left, and wife Gina pose together for a photo at an unidentified location in Mali. Ten days ago, on Sunday, April 7, 2013, Jerry Krause disappeared together with his plane just miles from a refueling stop at a West African island. Since then, searches with a plane and boats have found no trace of Krause, a 54-year-old missionary and pilot, or the twin-engine Beechcraft 1900C that he was flying from South Africa to Mali. Krause's family in Mali, where he has lived for 16 years, and in Waseca, Minnesota, believes he is alive and could have landed in hostile territory.(AP Photo/Alyssa Krause)
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