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Thomas van Linge May 10
🇩🇿: for the 12th Friday in a row protesters are taking to the streets to demand freedom as the military regime is unwilling to hand over power
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Khadija 🇩🇿 May 13
This pic of Saint Monica, known as Monica of Hippo, was taken at a church in Mexico. My friend who's visiting Mexico told me that people are upset that the church changed her outfit, but they did it to honor her North African origins. She was born in Thagaste(Souk Ahras,)
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Thomas van Linge 9h
🇩🇿: Algerian students chant "pouvoir assassin!" as they march through the streets against the regime
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Jon Hirst May 18
When institutions have been gutted of legitimacy over decades, they are not very effective in guiding new processes or trust-building efforts. That is what we are seeing in and (via ’s roundup)
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wassim belkhiri May 15
🇩🇿 Algeria the true size
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Press TV May 18
Algerians have continued their rallies for a 13th successive Friday.
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Thomas van Linge May 17
Replying to @ThomasVLinge
🇩🇿: crazy scenes from today. A policeman trapped on top of his vehicle decides to directly gas the protesters standing below.
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Sharan Grewal May 10
Wow - Algerian protesters chanting en masse for "a civilian, not military, state."
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Jacob william May 16
, also called Al Qal'a of Beni Hammad is a fortified palatine city in . Now in ruins, in the 11th century, it served as the first capital of the Hammadid dynasty.
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Joyce Karam May 17
Clashes seen here in between Police & Protestors as they tried to make their way to Grand Post. Protestors won, as thousands gathered later in area. This is week 13 of protests:
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Algerians in the USA - Algériens d'Amérique 13m
Live from the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Marching in support of the Algerian Hirak
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Thomas van Linge May 17
Replying to @ThomasVLinge
🇩🇿: Algerian policemen doing a walk of shame after retreating from the massive rally in .
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North-Africa Watch ® 5h
OPEC+ will not recommend a course of action on output policy in Jeddah meeting - source
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Bacha Imene May 13
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TaalbaRedouane 2h
Algerian students, especially Muslims, and in this day of 1956, declare through a mass uprising their absolute accession to the Great Patriotic War of Liberation aimed at national independence from France
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Yasmina May 16
“Giving up glory to fight for a cause. Forgetting a career to join a revolution. In 1958, that's what Rachid Mekhloufi did. Taking the risk to avoid regret. Becoming the symbol of a struggle.” Football as a form of resistance in
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Algerians in the USA - Algériens d'Amérique 1h
Seen in San Francisco, California 🤣
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Jacpoludek May 17
In Algeria, the scale of protest is impressive ... as usual.
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Jacpoludek May 17
After the information that the elections can be postponed, further protests broke out in Algeria.
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