THE NEXT EGYPT? Thousands Of Riot Police, Thousands Of Protesters Turn Out In Algiers

Saturday, February 12, 2011
By Paul Martin

Gus Lubin
BusinessInsider.com
Feb. 12, 2011

Today thousands of riot police were stationed in Algiers to prevent any action by newly inspired protesters.

The riot police arrested the first 50 people to arrive at Kennedy square, according to Reuters. However, the protesters kept coming.

Now thousands of protesters have reached the square, protest organizers tell the AP. They are chanting “Bouteflika out!” — a reference to their president since 1999.

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