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Algeria: Protests in Algeria, Start of Something Bigger?

allAfrica.com Saturday, 9 March 2019
[Leadership] An ailing 82-year-old refusing to relinquish the presidency, resentment against a ruling civilian and military cabal, and an economy in crisis have sparked mass protests across Algeria in recent weeks.
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News video: Thousands of Algerians protesting in Paris reject new term for Bouteflika

Thousands of Algerians protesting in Paris reject new term for Bouteflika 00:59

Police say up to 10,000 people were at the demonstration, adding to protests in Algeria against the country's president announcing he'll run for a fifth term. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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