Deaths in Algeria bus station blast

Explosion is fourth deadly bomb attack in six days in regions east of the capital.

    Algerian security men stand near the site of the twin blasts that killed 13 people on Sunday [AFP]

    On Sunday, 13 people including a French engineer were killed by a twin bomb attack at a railway station east of Algiers.


    Six soldiers were killed in the same province on Thursday when their convoy hit a bomb planted by anti-government fighters.


    A day earlier, bombs killed two people near a military barracks in Bordj El Kiffan, about 25km east of the capital.


    Up to 200,000 people have been killed in Algeria since 1992 after military-backed authorities scrapped parliamentary elections that an Islamist party was poised to win.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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