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Thousands gather for burial of Algerian rebel Hocine Aït Ahmed - The Guardian

Mourners in Aït Ahmed, the village named after Hocine Aït Ahmed and where the former leader of the opposition will be buried. Photograph: Farouk Batiche/AFP/Getty Images. Algeria. Thousands gather for burial of Algerian rebel Hocine Aït Ahmed. Key ...and more »

Hocine Aït Ahmed: Algeria buries a hero in its struggle for independence from France - The Independent

Thousands of Algerians made their way to a tiny hill-top village today to pay their final respects to a man who played a crucial role in their nation's road to freedom. The road from the capital Algiers to Aït Ahmed was lined with people standing by ...and more »

War Hero Ait Ahmed Buried in Native Algerian Village - Voice of America

Tens of thousands of Algerians massed in a mountain village for the burial Friday of a national hero of the brutal independence war with France. Hocine Ait Ahmed, who spent nearly a quarter-century in exile in Europe, was buried in the village where he ...and more »

Hocine Aït-Ahmed, a Pro-Democracy Algerian Leader, Dies at 89 - New York Times

ALGIERS — Hocine Aït-Ahmed, a leader of the Algerian war of independence against France that began in 1954 and a major opponent of the Algerian governments dominated by the military since then, died on Dec. 23 in Lausanne, Switzerland. He was 89. His ...and more »

Algeria buries independence hero Hocine Ait-Ahmed - BBC News

Tens of thousands of Algerians have attended the burial of national independence hero Hocine Ait-Ahmed. The ceremony near the mountain village in the Kabyle region was converted into a scene of chaos by surging crowds of chanting mourners. Hocine Ait ...and more »

Crowds flood Algeria independence figure's hometown for burial - The Express Tribune

Algerian firemen carry the coffin of Hocine Ait-Ahmed, one of the fathers of the country's struggle for independence and a key opposition figure, during his funeral procession in the Algerian village of Ait Ahmed on January 1, 2016. PHOTO: AFP. AIT ...and more »