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Algeria: the injured and arrested in protests

Despite the resignation of long-time President Bouteflika, the protests continued in Algeria. It came in the capital city of Algiers, clashes between protesters

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Algeria: the injured and arrested in protests

Despite the resignation of long-time President Bouteflika, the protests continued in Algeria. It came in the capital city of Algiers, clashes between protesters and police.

In the Algerian capital, Algiers, it is to clashes between demonstrators and the police came. It is the eighth Friday in a row, to the thousands of people in Algeria took to the streets to protest against the state leadership. In spite of the resignation of the long-time President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in the past week, the people demanding fundamental democratic reforms.

The security forces used tear gas and water cannons. According to the Directorate-General for National security, 27 police officers were injured, four of them seriously. 108 people had been detained. The authority informed that they had thrown stones at the police and several police cars damaged.

In Algeria, handled the week-long protests in violence.

demands of the Opposition is not yet

The prominent members of the opposition Mustapha Bouchachi met stressed at the rally that the demands of the protesters were not met. "The people is clear: The current transition phase, it must be led by men and women, which are accepted by the Algerian people."

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