Algerian Military Reads Riot Act To Protesters

Algerian Army has read riot act to anti-government protesters staging demonstration across the country.

The head of the Army in Algeria warns the military will not allow a breakdown of security or a return to the turbulence of the 1990s that saw 200,000 people killed.

General Ahmed Gaid Salah issues the warning as thousands of people again demonstrated in the main cities demanding that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika step down.

In the capital, Algiers, students and their teachers rallied outside the main post office, angrily demanding that the 82-year-old Head of State, who’s extremely sick, abandon plans to seek a fifth presidential term in next month’s election.

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