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Algeria, officially People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a country in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast. Its capital and most populous city is Algiers.

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Sudan and Algeria have ousted leaders, but revolutions rarely end happily

The North African nations face their hardest test: can they resist the trend towards authoritarian rule?Pete Townshend may not appear, at first glance, to be connected to the tumultuous events in Sudan. But it was the Who’s lead guitarist who famously celebrated popular insurrection in the 1971 hit, Won’t Get Fooled Again, whose lyrics he wrote. Here’s how a bit of it goes: “I’ll tip my hat to the new constitution/ Take a bow for the new revolution... Then I’ll get on my knees and...

Uproar in Algeria as ally of former president named new leader

Appointment of regime stalwart is met with opposition boycott and fresh protestsAlgerian lawmakers have appointed a regime stalwart as the country’s first new president in two decades, to the dismay of protesters seeking sweeping change after the resignation of Abdelaziz Bouteflika.The appointment of Abdelkader Bensalah, the speaker of the upper house, as interim president follows constitutional rules but goes against the demands of demonstrators, who are pushing for him and other veteran...

As the credits roll on Algeria’s dictator, a timely reminder of why history must not be repeated

The screening of a 1966 film about their country’s bitter colonial conflict has seen Algerians unite in peaceful protestMore than half a century since it was released – and promptly banned by French authorities – The Battle of Algiers, depicting the bloody struggle for Algeria’s independence from France in 1962, still has the power to shock.On Friday night, the black-and-white, 1966 film relating Algerian anti-colonial guerrilla warfare and its brutal repression by the French military...

Algeria faces more protests over caretaker government

President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has resigned but root-and-branch change is being demanded Simon Tisdall: Bouteflika’s departure is just the beginning of Algeria’s struggleAlgeria is facing renewed street demonstrations this week after its constitutional council met to confirm the resignation of the president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, as protesters expressed concerns over the caretaker government, saying the entire ruling regime should be replaced.The resignation of the 82-year-old Bouteflika...

The Guardian view on Algeria’s ousted president: what next? | Editorial

Protesters have forced the departure of Abdelaziz Bouteflika. But that may prove to be the easy partThe scenes of jubilation on the streets of Algeria on Tuesday night had vivid, almost uncanny echoes of events in the region eight years ago. A wave of protest in a youthful country has ousted an ageing, authoritarian leader who clung to power for years, at the head of a regime perpetuating a clientelist and unequal economy. The ailing 82-year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, finally...

Bouteflika's departure is just the beginning of Algeria's struggle | Simon Tisdall

Protesters hail president’s downfall but oligarchic, elitist governmental system remainsThe reluctant resignation of Algeria’s veteran president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, was greeted with noisy celebrations by street protesters who spent weeks demanding his departure. But his premature downfall after 20 years in power does not signify the end of the Algerian revolt. It may be just the beginning.Now the next phase begins – a struggle to overthrow the country’s oligarchic, elitist...

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