Peace hopes dim

November 1997
Middle East;Nov97, Issue 272, p10
Focuses on the ongoing battle of civil war in Algeria. Indepth look at several killings in Algeria; Speculation that President Liamine Zeroual favors accepting the truce called by the Islamic Salvation Front; Details on the killings being officially the work of Islamic extremists.


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