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Topic - People'S National Army
Algerian army helicopters killed a top al Qaeda leader and four associates as they sped through the southern Algerian desert, a local official said Thursday.
The Islamist militants who attacked a natural-gas plant in the Sahara included two Canadians and a team of explosives experts who had memorized the layout of the sprawling complex and were ready to blow the place sky-high, Algeria's prime minister said Monday.
The Islamist terrorists who attacked a natural gas plant in the Sahara included two Canadians and bombmakers who had memorized the layout of the sprawling complex and were ready to blow the place sky-high, Algeria's prime minister said Monday.
In his latest nonfiction book, Michael Mewshaw seems determined to find out how his character felt as he himself undertook an extraordinary, 2,100-mile reporting journey through North Africa on the trail of Islamic terrorism and its state opponents in Algeria and its volatile Maghreb neighbors.