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Algeria's former national police chief appears in court over corruption charges

Reuters , Monday 29 Apr 2019
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Algeria’s former national police chief Abdelghani Hamel appeared in a court on Monday as part of a probe into corruption allegations, private Ennahar TV said.

Hamel, who was sacked as police chief in June last year, is suspected of involvement in “illegal activities”, the channel said.

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