Algeria Is NEXT : Protesters Defy Government Ban As 30,000 Riot Police Protect Capital Square

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Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Algeria’s capital and other main cities demanding the government’s ouster,
mirroring protests in fellow North African countries Egypt and Tunisia.
A day after pro-democracy protesters drove Egypt’s longtime leader Hosni Mubarak from power,
Algerians were in the streets demanding their own President Abdelaziz Bouteflika leave office.

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