Algeria protests lose steam
About 50 protesters attended a banned rally yesterday in the Algerian capital, a drop in numbers indicating that opposition hopes of emulating popular uprisings elsewhere in the Arab world were fading.
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#1 Feb 28, 2011
Shame on the this goverment, they are keeping silence and our brothers in lybia and tunisia are battling for there freedom and they have to get help from elsewhere ,where is all your money and you arms MR boutef ,you are late and useless and good for nothing .
#2 Mar 1, 2011
come on prisidents you think ur going to take ur money with u to ur grave..remeber what happend to fer3awn..wake up wake.we all going to die one day..and what matters is the good deeds u done in life.plz help our brothers
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