This undated file photo provided by French nuclear manufacturer Areva shows workers at the uranium mine of Arlit, northern Niger. Attackers in Niger detonated two car bombs at dawn on Thursday, May ... more 
This undated file photo provided by French nuclear manufacturer Areva shows workers at the uranium mine of Arlit, northern Niger. Attackers in Niger detonated two car bombs at dawn on Thursday, May 23, 2013, one in the city of Agadez where a military barracks was targeted and one in Arlit where a French company operates a uranium mine, injuring more than a dozen people. Paris-based nuclear giant Areva said in a statement that 13 employees were hurt in the attack in Arlit, in the northern part of Niger where in 2010, al-Qaida's branch in Africa kidnapped five French citizens working for the mining company.(AP Photo/AREVA/HO) NO SALES - MANDATORY CREDIT: AREVA less 
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Thu, May 23, 2013 9:17 AM EDT