An Algerian court on Wednesday sentenced four siblings, from a family close to ex-president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, to hefty prison terms for corruption under his rule, state media reported.
Algerian court sentences four siblings to prison for Bouteflika-era graft
A file photo shows Algerians lift a placard demanding justice as they wait at the main public entrance of Sidi M’hamed court in Algiers ahead of the opening of a corruption trial of former political and business figures. (AFP).
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