ALGERIA ARMY CHIEF ORDERS MOVE TO CUT PROTESTS IN ALGIERS

Algeria's army chief has ordered members of the military to arrest people heading into the capital for weekly pro-democracy demonstrations - and to seize their vehicles - claiming that some come with "malicious intentions."

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