Algeria dangers

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In Algeria, some protests and strikes have continued in the capital, but they have been mostly peaceful and remain focused on reforms rather than regime change.

The State Department warns of the risks of travel to Algeria. Terrorist attacks occur regularly, including bombings, false roadblocks, kidnappings and ambushes, particularly in rural areas such as the Kabylie region of the country.

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In Algeria, some protests and strikes have continued in the capital, but they have been mostly peaceful and remain focused on reforms rather than regime change.

The State Department warns of the risks of travel to Algeria. Terrorist attacks occur regularly, including bombings, false roadblocks, kidnappings and ambushes, particularly in rural areas such as the Kabylie region of the country.