September 4, 2011

Algeria Playing an Old Game With Libya

Erna Paris, Ottawa Citizen

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There's a very old game being played out before our eyes and the stakes are high. Members of the Gadhafi family have found sanctuary in Algeria, the welcoming country next door; and we may be sure that Moammar is also looking for an escape route across the border.

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TAGGED: Muammar Gaddafi, Libya, Algeria, Africa

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