"the Protests are continuing in Algeria. Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated on Friday in the country's streets with demands that the country's president Abdelaziz Bouteflika should step down."
"the Demonstrators braved the bad weather and marched several kilometers through one of the main streets in the capital, Algiers, in order to finally be collected at a post office. Security forces say hundreds of thousands of people gathered in central Algiers Friday, and that demonstrations also took place in 42 of the north african country's 48 provinces."
"the Police should have used water cannons and tear gas to prevent protesters to take to the presidential palace. There is no information about anyone to have been injured during Friday's protests."
"I will march every Friday until there is a change," says Younes Laroussi from the town of Tiaret."
"President Bouteflika announced in late February that he intended to stand for a fifth term in office, something that created a lot of protests in the country. The president recently announced that he withdraws his candidacy, but the shot at the same time, the scheduled elections on the future, and the protests in Algeria continue."
"According to foreign diplomats have millions of algerians have taken to the streets since the protests began a month ago."