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Algerian army chief wants ruling 'gang' prosecuted, backs route to elections

Reuters Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Algeria's army chief said on Monday he expects to see members of the ruling elite prosecuted for corruption and will support a transition toward elections after mass protests ousted the long-serving president.
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