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Algerian soldiers killed in rebel ambush-papers

Algerian Islamic militants with alleged links to al Qaeda killed 11 soldiers in the worst attack on government troops in months, newspapers reported on Monday. Sunday’s ambush near the town of Khenchela, 600 km (372 miles) east of the capital Algiers, is the latest violence to hamper efforts to end a conflict which has cost up to 200,000 lives and $30 billion in damage since 1992. A bomb exploded when an army truck was on its way to supply a military detachment with drinking water. Rebels then opened machinegun fire killing 11 soldiers, the leading Arabic-language newspaper El Khabar reported.Full Story

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