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Students demonstrate in Algiers (6)

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Students demonstrate in Algiers on June 11, 2019, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled. - A vote planned for July 4 was cancelled on June 9 in the face of widespread protests as demonstrators who forced the ouster of veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April continued to demand a broad political overhaul. Algeria's constitutional council said it was impossible to hold elections to choose a successor to Bouteflika after the only two candidates were rejected. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)

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Students demonstrate in Algiers on June 11, 2019, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled. - A vote planned for July 4 was cancelled on June 9 in the face of widespread protests as demonstrators who forced the ouster of veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April continued to demand a broad political overhaul. Algeria's constitutional council said it was impossible to hold elections to choose a successor to Bouteflika after the only two candidates were rejected. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)

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Students hold a banner reading "against the politico-financial mafia" as they demonstrate in Algiers on June 11, 2019, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled. - A vote planned for July 4 was cancelled on June 9 in the face of widespread protests as demonstrators who forced the ouster of veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April continued to demand a broad political overhaul. Algeria's constitutional council said it was impossible to hold elections to choose a successor to Bouteflika after the only two candidates were rejected. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)

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Students chant slogans as they demonstrate in Algiers on June 11, 2019, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled. - A vote planned for July 4 was cancelled on June 9 in the face of widespread protests as demonstrators who forced the ouster of veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April continued to demand a broad political overhaul. Algeria's constitutional council said it was impossible to hold elections to choose a successor to Bouteflika after the only two candidates were rejected. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)

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Students hold their national flag as they demonstrate in Algiers on June 11, 2019, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled. - A vote planned for July 4 was cancelled on June 9 in the face of widespread protests as demonstrators who forced the ouster of veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April continued to demand a broad political overhaul. Algeria's constitutional council said it was impossible to hold elections to choose a successor to Bouteflika after the only two candidates were rejected. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)

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Students wear their national flag as they demonstrate in Algiers on June 11, 2019, two days after a vote planned for July 4 was cancelled. - A vote planned for July 4 was cancelled on June 9 in the face of widespread protests as demonstrators who forced the ouster of veteran president Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April continued to demand a broad political overhaul. Algeria's constitutional council said it was impossible to hold elections to choose a successor to Bouteflika after the only two candidates were rejected. (Photo by RYAD KRAMDI / AFP)