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Algeria / Elections #399880

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 1995
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) The first elections in civil war-torn Algeria since those annulled by the government in 1992 reported; scenes shown from Algiers.

(Paris: Peter Humi) The elections examined; scenes shown of political rallies in Algiers. [French Institution for International Relations Bassma KODMANI-DARWISH - says the people want the political process to go forward.] The challenge to incumbent President Lamine Zeroual from Islamic fundamentalist Mahfoud Nahnah outlined. Algerian terrorist bombing in France reviewed. [KODMANI-DARWISH - comments on what is expected of Zeroual.]

Bowker, Hilary;
Humi, Peter

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