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A daughter of slain Algerian mission chief in Iraq, Ali Billaroussi, cries from the balcony of her parent's house in Algiers as they held a minute of silence in memory of the killing of the two kidnapped Algerian envoys in Iraq (REUTERS) - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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A daughter of slain Algerian mission chief in Iraq, Ali Billaroussi, cries from the balcony of her parent’s house in Algiers as they held a minute of silence in memory of the killing of the two kidnapped Algerian envoys in Iraq (REUTERS)

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