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Thousands march in Algeria, say no election before elite quits
Tens of thousands of Algerians have marched in the capital to demand that the rest of the ruling elite follow former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in quitting power before any new election.
Disciplinarian Belmadi restores Algeria to Africa's summit
Twelve months ago Algeria was in turmoil after the departure of former national team star Rabah Madjer, but the appointment of Djamel Belmadi proved a stroke of genius from a federation that had burned through five coaches in two turbulent years.
Algerian students protest for 16th consecutive Tuesday
Algerian students are back to the streets of Algiers for the 16th consecutive Tuesday to demonstrate, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled.
Algeria clashes leave 24 police officers injured
At least 24 police officers have been wounded in clashes with protesters rallying against unemployment in central Algeria, state media reported Wednesday.
Head of Algeria's constitutional council resigns as students protest
The chairman of Algeria’s Constitutional Council Tayib Belaiz quit his post on Tuesday, state news agency APS said, following calls for his resignation by pro-democracy protesters who say he is part of a ruling elite they want abolished.
Algeria's parliament appoints interim president, students protest
Algeria’s parliament appointed its upper house chairman as interim president following the resignation of ailing Abdelaziz Bouteflika in the face of weeks of mass demonstrations against his rule.
Bouteflika ally named Algeria's first new president in 20 years
Algerian lawmakers appointed the speaker of the upper house as the country's first new president in two decades Tuesday, dismaying protesters seeking sweeping change following the resignation of veteran leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Algeria probing 7 businessmen for corruption
Algerian authorities have seized the passports of seven businessmen under investigation over corruption allegations, the private Ennahar TV reported on Monday.
Protests continue in Algeria against Bouteflika’s rule
Algerians hold banners and national flags during a demonstration in Algiers calling for the end of the rule of Algerian President Abdulaziz Bouteflika.
Crowds throng Algerian cities to demand president quit
Thousands of people rallied Friday in Algeria’s capital and other cities amid heavy security for what could be decisive protests against longtime leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
New premier urges Algerians to accept dialogue
Algeria’s new prime minister said on Thursday he would form a temporary government of technocrats and others to work toward political change in response to weeks of street protests, and he urged the opposition to join in a dialogue.
Algerian protesters denounce Bouteflika 'tricks'
Protesters returned to Algeria's streets Tuesday after jubilation over ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's vow not to seek re-election gave way to fears of a plot to prolong his two-decade rule.
Defiant judges, clerics pile pressure on Algeria's Bouteflika
More than 1,000 judges said Monday they would refuse to oversee Algeria's election if President Abdelaziz Bouteflika contests it, and clerics defied any state role in their work, in a double rebuff to an ailing leader fighting for his political survival.
Algeria protests grow against fifth term for president
Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in Algeria as popular resistance grows to the president’s decision to stand for a fifth term.
Algerians demand Bouteflika quit, army chief issues warning
Thousands of people protested in the Algerian capital and other cities on Tuesday demanding that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika step down, and the army chief warned that he would not allow a breakdown in security.

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