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Two days after Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was airlifted to a military hospital in Paris to be treated for a supposed mini-stroke, his doctors raced to reassure the country that the autocratic ruler was not seriously ill and, indeed, would soon be home a message that seemed designed to ward off any maneuvers by his rivals to oust him during his absence. World Report 2013- Algeria. Supporting the Equal Rights and Dignity of.

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    Two days after Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was airlifted to a military hospital in Paris to be treated for a supposed mini-stroke, his doctors raced to reassure the country that the autocratic ruler was not seriously ill and, indeed, would soon be home a message that seemed designed to ward off any maneuvers by his rivals to oust him during his absence. World Report 2013- Algeria. Supporting the Equal Rights and Dignity of.

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