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KelerVal 10m
You should organize in a political party...don't be suspicious you have to battle with real arms not with words on tweeter! Future is yours.
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Dónal Hassett Apr 12
Incredible video from of protesters singing their own version of the Italian partisan classic Bella Ciao. Police efforts to repress the protests do not seem to have dampened spirits in /
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KelerVal 2h
Replying to @tamara142_1999
Nothing official but negotiation are going on to find an agreement for a transition road map. The election for president in will take place at least for in 6 months or one year.
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Politikai Apr 12
Algerian police fired a water cannon at protesters in the capital as tensions mounted on the eighth week of protests against the country's leadership. The protest movement has been overwhelmingly peaceful but police were out in larger than usual numbers Friday, April 12.
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Orla Guerin Apr 12
Protests for the 8th Friday in a row. The crowd is building and so is the anger against the system. People want a clean sweep, removal of all old faces and say they will keep coming until they get that.
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Ruptly Apr 16
Resignations continue as thousands return to the streets
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Alg Sha Apr 10
Tear gas, water hoses, arrests and repression of protesters: The repressive temptation of government. Protesters remain peaceful. photo credit:
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Horizon Intelligence 3h
Hundreds of protesters call for resignation of Secretary General of UGTA in front of headquarters, Algiers Province
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D Bouzidi 4h
Replying to @tamara142_1999
Yes police violence will create more anger and determination to end the folly of the ‘système’ but we shall overcome! And will regain its seat among the best. Be positive!
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FRANCE 24 English 2h
📷 After ’s resignation, demonstrations in have continued. The protesters demand the resignation of the so-called ‘three B’s’ in the interim government, because of their prominent role in the old regime Algerians want to get rid of. .…
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SON OF AFRICA Apr 17
Algerian interim President Abdelkader Bensalah on Tuesday said his top mission is working to overcome the current political crisis and has pledged to handover power to a democratically elected president within 3 months in free and fair election.
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Anes_Magik 4h
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Editorial Staff 5h
: Stir Vigorously And Stand Back
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Peter Cross Apr 15
If you're interested in how 's jihadists are reacting to the mass uprising, you could do worse than check out our latest blog post:
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Dónal Hassett Apr 17
🚨🇩🇿🇮🇪 Since I moved back to Ireland a few months ago I have been working on a small side project looking at the ways -n nationalists understood and were inspired by nationalism. I have not found enough for an article yet but here are some interesting examples
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Redwan Apr 9
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Ümm Khãłêd Apr 16
From Algeria, with love 🇵🇸❤️🇩🇿
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DecolonizingAlgeria Apr 17
We're living epic times in . It looks like Middle-earth, war is raging between Gandalf/General and Saruman/Gen toufik over the preciousss ring of power.. "One ring to rule them all,One ring to find them,One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them"
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Oluwashina Okeleji 3h
PICTURES LIED🙄 Pictures suggest 's Salif Sane and 's Nabil Bentaleb clashed at Schalke training on Wednesday. Sane: "It's okay and it's not true, there was no fight. Nabil, he's a very good friend of mine so there was nothing. We won together in training."
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Yacine Kalzete Apr 12
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