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Abdelmoutaleb R 8h
People chanting the name of a boy's mother, he lost her while being in the protest
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Ramdane May 21
: Praise and respect to the Algerian police who actually do not beat the protesters in today’s 13th students demonstrations.
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James McDougall May 17
Those amazing people in a town called BBA have been busy again 👇👏👏👏👏🇩🇿🇩🇿🇩🇿
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The North Africa Journal May 17
: a fearless people, exercising their rights despite fasting and heat. , .
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Rim-Sarah Alouane May 24
Replying to @ikushkush
“La Casa del Mouradia” in , which is a politically engaged song brought by football supporters
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Arezki Daoud May 17
: some 60 political personalities of the reign (and more to come) interrogated by prosecutors related to major corruption cases. Lawyers say it is inevitable that many of them will be sent to jail.
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The North Africa Journal May 17
: Policeman try to outsmart the protesters, he gets angry response. Police must cool it down a bit or face escalating violence. ,
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World News Network May 24
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The North Africa Journal May 17
: No such thing as easy crowd control. Cops finding it hard to disperse protesters in central . ,
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The North Africa Journal May 17
: Outrage against in . Government looking to escalate crisis in month of Ramadan. , .
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Caabu May 20
Pleased to host to talk about Algeria and at a Caabu event in Parliament
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The North Africa Journal May 17
Bravo: kids taking the initiative and are highly knowledgeable to political affairs. , .
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James McDougall May 17
news: bigger demos than last week reported (it’s Ramadan, it’s hot, ppl are fasting, & protest momentum has *not* slowed), & crowds calling more openly & consistently for civilian rule & for Gaid Salah (gen staff chief who threw Boutef over last month) to go.
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Caabu May 17
Join us on Monday 20 May at 19:15 for an event on Algeria and with of . The event will be chaired by . Please RSVP with if you would like to attend.
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Ahmed Sahara May 18
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freeelectron06 May 20
Algerians are merely requesting their place under the sun and a dignified life.The corrupt and dictatorial regime’s response is literally blood-curdling“You’ll have to tolerate us otherwise we’ll put you through another Syria”
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freeelectron06 May 21
Replying to @fricalf
Notice to all Military Academies Cadets: Should the stair battle of Algiers’s Grande Poste not be included in next year’s academic syllabus, it would mean an egregious shortcoming in your educational standards.
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freeelectron06 May 20
Very reasonable analysis of Algeria's situation.
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Amel Bouabbane 12h
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AbRaSal May 24
A child lost his mother during yesterday's , the protesters found him and started shouting his mother's name so she know his location. What an ingenious idea by the great people of
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