1. Algerians in fresh protests calling for Bouteflika to quit  The Punch
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  3. Algeria election: France calls for transparency before crunch vote - ‘GAME OVER!’  Express.co.uk
  4. Algerians have learned the lessons of the Arab Spring  Al Jazeera English
  5. Algeria’s Furious Youth Movement  The New York Times
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Thousands of Algerians resumed protests in the capital and other cities on Tuesday, calling on President Abdelaziz Boutelika to step down and rejec...Thousands of Algerians resumed protests in the capital and other cities on Tuesday, calling on President Abdelaziz Boutelika to step down and rejecting his offer to not serve a full term after elec...

Algerians in fresh protests calling for Bouteflika to quit – Punch Newspapers

Thousands of young Algerians demonstrate in the capital, Algiers, over ailing president's bid to seek a fifth term.Thousands of young Algerians demonstrate in the capital, Algiers, over ailing president's bid to seek a fifth term.

Armed with memes, Algerian students join anti-Bouteflika protests | News | Al Jazeera

FRANCE has taken note of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to run in elections in April, calling for the vote to be transparent and fair, the Foreign Ministry has said.FRANCE has taken note of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to run in elections in April, calling for the vote to be transparent and fair, the Foreign Ministry has said.

Algeria election: France calls for transparency before crunch vote - ‘GAME OVER!’ | World | News | Express.co.uk

Thousands took to the streets to protest the country’s ailing and aging leader, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who wants a fifth term.Thousands took to the streets to protest the country’s ailing and aging leader, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who wants a fifth term.

“Protests erupt in Algeria as ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, seeks fifth term. The 82-year-old president rarely appears in public. Protesters are demanding change and the end to an absentee presidency. @GZEROMedia Read the full story ↓↓↓ https://t.co/wCn9VDjVxm”

ian bremmer on Twitter: "Protests erupt in Algeria as ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, seeks fifth term. The 82-year-old president rarely appears in public. Protesters are demanding change and the end to an absentee presidency. @GZEROMedia Read the full story ↓↓↓ https://t.co/wCn9VDjVxm"

“In #Algeria, calls for a huge mobilization on Friday, March 8th are increasing, but also for a five-day general strike starting Sunday March 10 against the #Bouteflika regime”

Mohamed Sifaoui on Twitter: "In #Algeria, calls for a huge mobilization on Friday, March 8th are increasing, but also for a five-day general strike starting Sunday March 10 against the #Bouteflika regime"

“BBC News - How does President Bouteflika run #Algeria? The 82-year-old suffered a stroke six years ago, can hardly walk or talk. Students protesting against his 5th term bid say they’ll go on strike if he does not drop election plan this week https://t.co/T3pxHZpuhP”

Akwasi Sarpong on Twitter: "BBC News - How does President Bouteflika run #Algeria? The 82-year-old suffered a stroke six years ago, can hardly walk or talk. Students protesting against his 5th term bid say they’ll go on strike if he does not drop election plan this week https://t.co/T3pxHZpuhP"

“The president who doesn't speak: How does reclusive President #Bouteflika run #Algeria? https://t.co/gYipgrgPBs”

Rachael Akidi on Twitter: "The president who doesn't speak: How does reclusive President #Bouteflika run #Algeria? https://t.co/gYipgrgPBs"

The general who leads Algeria's army responded Tuesday to protests against the country's longtime president, darkly evoking the years of bloodshed before the current government took power and the fight against terrorism to portray the demonstrations as dangerous.The general who leads Algeria's army responded Tuesday to protests against the country's longtime president, darkly evoking the years of bloodshed before the current government took power and the fight against terrorism to portray the demonstrations as dangerous.

Algerian army chief evokes civil war amid student protests | CP24.com

Thousands of protestors took to the streets against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika who has rarely been seen in public for years.Algeria’s president hasn’t really been seen publicly in years. He’s running for a fifth term anyway.

Algeria’s massive protests against its ailing leader, explained - Vox

It is the disdain of the regime that gives the Algerians the strength to say enough is enoughIt is the disdain of the regime that gives the Algerians the strength to say enough is enough

'Bouteflika out': Why Algerians have had enough of being 'half people' | Middle East Eye

Thousands of students marched in Algiers on Tuesday in the latest display of public anger.Thousands of students marched in Algiers on Tuesday in the latest display of public anger.

Algerian army chief vows to secure country - Daily Nation

Protests have seen tens of thousands of people turn out in Algeria to demand that the 82-year-old president resign. Thousands of students marched in Algiers and other cities on Tuesday to support this movement.Protests have seen tens of thousands of people turn out in Algeria to demand that the 82-year-old president resign. Thousands of students marched in Algiers and other cities on Tuesday to support this movement.

Last week, I had the opportunity to write an article about the social outcry concerning a fifth mandate for Abdelaziz Bouteflika. I did not expect the...

Anger in Algeria is growing - Emre Gönen - Daily Sabah

Rocky past, strategic interests and fears of meddling may explain absence of official reactionRocky past, strategic interests and fears of meddling may explain absence of official reaction

Former Colonial Power France Silent on Algerian Protests

Bouteflika's decision to run for a fifth term in office has sparked widespread protests in the North African country.Bouteflika's decision to run for a fifth term in office has sparked widespread protests in the North African country.

Timeline: Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's 20-year rule | Euronews

Speaking for the former colonial power, Le Monde published an editorial demanding that Bouteflika step down and warning that the situation risks spinning out of control.Speaking for the former colonial power, “Le Monde” published an editorial demanding that Bouteflika step down and warning that the situation risks spinning out of control.

Algerian protests continue after Bouteflika launches presidential bid - World Socialist Web Site

Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in power for 20 years, has not spoken in public since suffering a stroke in 2013.Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in power for 20 years, has not spoken in public since suffering a stroke in 2013.

Algerian protesters demand Bouteflika quits, army chief issues warning

Thousands of Algerian students marched on Tuesday in protest at ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's determination to stand for re-election, brushing aside his pledge not to serve a full fifth term.Thousands of Algerian students marched on Tuesday in protest at ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's determination to stand for re-election, brushing aside his pledge not to serve a full fifth term.

Thousands of Algerian students gather for fresh anti-Bouteflika protests

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Algerians have taken to the streets to voice their discontent with President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's plan to run for a fifth term in office. Could this be the beginning of more fundamental reform? Algerians have taken to the streets to voice their discontent with President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's plan to run for a fifth term in office. Could this be the beginning of more fundamental reform? 

Protests and the ailing president: Algeria's political crisis | European Council on Foreign Relations