Algeria: All-out repression as military regime seeks to impose unpopular status quo
[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 8/10/2019
Algiers, Oct 8, 2019 – Algerian police Tuesday prevented a weekly protest by students in the capital for the first time since an anti-regime movement took to the streets in February, AFP journalists and witnesses said. They forcefully barred access to a square in central Algiers and managed to (...)... Article published by "The North Africa Journal" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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