After eight months without a leader, Algeria swore in its new president, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, on Thursday, a week after an election that was rejected by a mass protest movement as a charade designed to keep the old ruling elite in power.
Algeria swears in new president rejected by protesters
The governing elite hopes Abdelkader Tebboune’s inauguration allows their country to turn the page on 10 months of protests. (Reuters)
The Associated Press, Algiers
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