Algeria's `Disappeared' Relatives Stranded by Bouteflika's Peace Program
There are 2 comments on the Bloomberg Business News story from Apr 23, 2009, titled Algeria's `Disappeared' Relatives Stranded by Bouteflika's Peace Program. In it, Bloomberg Business News reports that:
Each Wednesday in Algiers , a group of women gather at the hilltop headquarters of Algeriaa s government human-rights commission and hold aloft photos of missing husbands, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters and uncles.
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#1 May 10, 2009
“There can be no genuine national reconciliation unless the authorities take steps to establish the truth and face up to crimes of the past,” the Amnesty International report said.
This is an Algerian matter, period. What international organizations think is irrelevant.
#2 May 11, 2009
Some matters are better left alone. Algerians have learned to forgive and forget.
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