Talking terms

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The Independent Online
The top exiled leader of Algeria's banned fundamentalist Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) set out conditions for talks with the Algerian government, Reuter reports from Bonn. Rabah Kebir cited five conditions: freeing political prisoners; lifting emergency laws; setting up a consultative committee; prosecuting those who carried out repression against opposition groups and holding separate talks with the FIS.

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