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General Ahmed Gaïd Salah

24 Dec 2019
Algerian citizens in the capital Algiers react to the death of General Ahmed Gaïd Salah, chief of Algeria's military for a record 15 years who became the country's de facto leader after longtime president Abdelaziz Bouteflika resigned in April.

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