1. Algerian protests against President Bouteflika 'biggest yet'  BBC News
  2. Algeria protests continue despite Bouteflika reform promises | Al Jazeera English  Al Jazeera English
  3. Massive Protests Present Big Test for Secretive Algerian Government  The Wall Street Journal
  4. Algerians demand Bouteflika quits in biggest protest yet  Reuters
  5. Huge protests in Algeria as allies turn on Bouteflika  Aljazeera.com
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Thousands of people flood the capital's streets to demand the president's immediate resignation.Thousands of people flood the capital's streets to demand the president's immediate resignation.

Algerian protests against President Bouteflika 'biggest yet' - BBC News

Hundreds of thousands of people protested in central Algiers on Friday in the biggest demonstration against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's 20-year rule since unrest began last month.Hundreds of thousands of people protested in central Algiers on Friday in the biggest demonstration against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's 20-year rule since unrest began last month.

Algeria's ruling party turns back on Bouteflika as member says he is 'history now'

“Algerians hold biggest protest against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s 20-year rule /via @globeandmail https://t.co/4E2giNaBCE”

Eric Reguly on Twitter: "Algerians hold biggest protest against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s 20-year rule /via @globeandmail https://t.co/4E2giNaBCE"

“A leader of Algeria's ruling FLN party says #Bouteflika is “history now”, after ailing strongman withdrew bid for 5th term in face of weeks of protests. https://t.co/wo9tC29fLc”

Charles Onyango-Obbo on Twitter: "A leader of Algeria's ruling FLN party says #Bouteflika is “history now”, after ailing strongman withdrew bid for 5th term in face of weeks of protests. https://t.co/wo9tC29fLc"

“The Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has withdrawn his bid for a fifth term in office a day after general strike begins following mass protests against his rule, and postponed elections scheduled for April https://t.co/y3O8521kjt”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "The Algerian president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has withdrawn his bid for a fifth term in office a day after general strike begins following mass protests against his rule, and postponed elections scheduled for April https://t.co/y3O8521kjt"

“Algerians wanted elections without Bouteflika. Instead they got Bouteflika without elections. Algerian youth plan to keep protesting and will be massively in the streets on Friday.”

Eleanor Beardsley on Twitter: "Algerians wanted elections without Bouteflika. Instead they got Bouteflika without elections. Algerian youth plan to keep protesting and will be massively in the streets on Friday."

Crowds gather at capital Algiers' landmark Grand Poste square, demanding the president step down.Crowds gather at capital Algiers' landmark Grand Poste square, demanding the president step down.

Huge protests in Algeria as allies turn on Bouteflika | News | Al Jazeera

Hundreds of thousands of people protested in central Algiers on Friday in the biggest demonstration against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's 20-year rule since unrest began last month.Hundreds of thousands of people protested in central Algiers on Friday in the bi...

Algerians demand Bouteflika quits in biggest protest yet | Reuters

Since protests against a fifth mandate for Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika began on February 16, neighbouring Tunisia and Morocco have been watching the situation with caution and anxiety.Since protests against a fifth mandate for Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika began on February 16, neighbouring Tunisia and Morocco have been watching the situation with caution and anxiety.

Tunisia and Morocco quietly 'uneasy' with Algeria's popular movement

Bouteflika is one of the last of the old men in the region. He was born in 1937 when Algeria was under French colonial rule.Bouteflika is one of the last of the old men in the region. He was born in 1937 when Algeria was under French colonial rule.

Eight years after the ‘Arab Spring’ why didn’t Algeria light a new fuse? - Opinion - Jerusalem Post

Algeria's new prime minister is promising to create a government within days as the country faces mass protests calling on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down.Algeria's new prime minister is promising to create a government within days as the country faces mass protests calling on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down.

Algerian prime minister promises new government in days | News24

There is a deep connection between the factors driving young Algerians into the streets and onto migrant boats.

Algeria’s protests and migration: the fearmongers have it wrong - ISS Africa

Bouteflika had initially sparked joy among protesters when he said he would not stand again, but his move to cancel the vote prompted accusations of "tricks" and sparked a new round of demonstrations.Bouteflika had initially sparked joy among protesters when he said he would not stand again, but his move to cancel the vote prompted accusations of "tricks" and sparked a new round of demonstrations.

NewZimbabwe.com – The Zimbabwe News You Trust is Zimbabwe’s leading online newspaper and published by New Zimbabwe Media Ltd. The platform brings you the latest breaking News, Business, Showbiz, Sports, Diaspora and gives you everything you’ve come to expect and love.By BBC THE new Algerian prime minister, Noueddine Bedoui, has been setting out his objectives in response to mass protests that forced President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to withdraw from seeking a fifth term. In his first news conference since being appointed,  Bedoui said that he would form a technocratic government that would include young Algerians who

Algeria to form interim government - NewZimbabwe.com

Comments by Hocine Kheldoun are the latest by senior officials supporting the protestersComments by Hocine Kheldoun are the latest by senior officials supporting the protesters

Algeria set for fresh protests as Bouteflika loses another ally - The National

ALGIERS: Algeria’s ruling FLN party showed more signs of turning its back on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Friday, with one senior party figure saying in an interview overnight that the long-serving leader was “history now.” Bouteflika has reversed a decision to stand for another term after mass protests against his rule. He has been losing allies rapidly in recent daysALGIERS: Algeria’s ruling FLN party showed more signs of turning its back on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Friday, with one senior party figure saying in an interview overnight that the

Algeria ruling party turns its back on Bouteflika: he is ‘history now’ | Arab News

Thousands of people gathered in Algeria's capital and other cities amid heavy security for what could be decisive protests ...Thousands of people gathered in Algeria's capital and other cities amid heavy security for what could be decisive protests ...

The crowd at Algiers' landmark Grand Poste square is growing, hours before the scheduled start of a demonstration calling on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down after two decades in powerThe crowd at Algiers' landmark Grand Poste square is growing, hours before the scheduled start of a demonstration calling on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down after two decades in power

Thousands of Algerians protest despite Bouteflika vow not to run

Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters packed the streets of the capital, rejecting President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s offer not to seek a fifth term.Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters packed the streets of the capital, rejecting President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s offer not to seek a fifth term.