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November 18, 2015
Women look at religious books at the 20th International Book Fair (SILA) in Algiers, Algeria, November...
Algiers, Algeria
Women look at religious books at the 20th International Book Fair (SILA) in Algiers
Women look at religious books at the 20th International Book Fair (SILA) in Algiers, Algeria, November 02, 2015. Organisers of an international book fair in Algeria last week confiscated more than 100 books on jihadism and the Arab Spring, highlighting sensitivities over regional turmoil in one of the few Arab countries to remain relatively unscathed. The fair drew tens of thousands of visitors to its stands, scores of foreign publishers and praise from officials for one of the country's top cultural events. But the seizure of the books showed that stability is a delicate issue in a country still emerging from a decade of war in the 1990s, and which watched uprisings topple other North African governments in Tunisia, Libya and Egypt four years ago. Picture taken November 02, 2015. REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina
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