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June 05, 2008
A man collects rubbish in Tiziouzou, 100km (62 miles) east of Algiers, near a wall covered with graffiti...
JEBLA, Algeria
To match feature ALGERIA-SECURITY
A man collects rubbish in Tiziouzou, 100km (62 miles) east of Algiers, near a wall covered with graffiti which reads "politicians resign" in this picture taken May 24, 2008. The mountains of northern Algeria have long sheltered outlaws, but it's not just rugged terrain that draws al Qaeda to ravines and forests. The local Berber people's alienation from the Arab-dominated government of the OPEC member makes the steep slopes of Kabylie a congenial base for the toughest rebel force in north Africa. Picture taken May 24, 2008. To match feature ALGERIA-SECURITY REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA)
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