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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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Louise Scofield 9h
Are we witnessing the beginning of another Arab spring? as democracies become more polarised, dictatorships become the focus of a democratic movement.
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Farah  | فرح Apr 18
Spotted at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) The placard reads: “Each generation must discover its mission, fulfill it or betray it.” Frantz Fanon (The Wretched of the Earth)
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Djouadi mina 11h
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Francisco Taveira Apr 12
Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of and other Algerian cities to demand the ruling elite step down from power. They were the first rallies since elections were announced for July.
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allimadi Apr 11
on South-bound journey. ........Destination ....Sudan’s Military to Make Announcement as Protests Swell Against Omar Hassan al-Bashir
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Melyssa Haffaf 31m
Student Sign reads “they continue, we will continue, they have arms, we have time, they’re all 80 years old, we are all 20 years old” by F. Yaker
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Neil Kisserli Apr 17
Another day, another protest in . Today, the unions. Protests have been gaining in size and frequency. I wonder how Ramadan, which starts in less than 3 wks, will effect turn out? During the month of fasting, daily life in normally slows dramatically.
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Ümm Khãłêd 9h
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Ricard Gonzalez 12h
They did it again. is occupied by hundreds of thousands of peaceful demonstrators who demand a transition led by clean figures, not those linked to Bouteflika regime. Early in the week several female activists denounced being abused by the police.
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djamila ould khettab 10h
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Saudi Gazette Apr 15
Algeria's Abdelaziz Bouteflika may be gone, but his unfinished Great Mosque of looms large as a symbol of his 20-year reign and, many say, his megalomania.
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Farah  | فرح Apr 18
Me and my Wi-Fi router staring at each other since 5 hours. How's your day going?
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Farah  | فرح Apr 17
My next door neighbours are the ones having those gorgeous bougainvillea trees, but I'm the one picking up the f***ing falling leaves every morning. My other neighbour is scared from the females in his house & smokes in my staircase. How's your day going?
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Forsan News EN 9h
A young man injured in last week's protests in dies .
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djamila ould khettab 7h
Yesterday, Bouteflika could have won a fifth term, extending his 20-year rule. But the Algerian people have changed the course of the country's history. And still do
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Orla Guerin Apr 12
Crowds gathering in front of the Grand Post Office. One woman tells us that Algerians are once again fighting for their independence - this time from the regime.
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Ruptly Apr 12
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Police turn water cannon on protesters in
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Kristin G. Palmer Apr 17
6 new bicycles for Fourth District paid for by fundraising efforts from community members, businesses and organizations. The bicycles will assist in improving and enhancing patrols in . This is what happens when we work together to support .
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Ruptly Apr 16
Resignations continue as thousands return to the streets
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