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Algeria: On Explosions and Elections

As Algerians head apathetically to the polls, in the sixth bout of elections held in the country since 1992, another attack rocks a major Algerian city; Constantine in the country's rugged east. The attack was comprised of two blasts, ten minutes apart detonated by way of remote controlled mobile phones. The attack wounded fourteen and killed one police officer, writes Nouri, whose amazing insight gives us an eye-opener to the election scene in his country.

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