19 Algerians sentenced to death for conspiracy
Saturday 09 January 1993
The French Foreign Minister, Roland Dumas, was due to arrive yesterday to patch up strained relations with Algeria's embattled government. The government is locked in conflict with Islamic fundamentalists and is suspicious of the French stance towards this group. Diplomatic sources said the two-day visit aimed to renew dialogue in all spheres of co-operation and would make good the past year's widening gap in communication acknowledged by both sides. It is the first French ministerial visit since the assassination last June of President Mohamed Boudiaf who returned from exile in January to take power.
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