Algeria: 17 people, including 11 foreigners, were killed in a car crash on the border with Mali

Algeria: 17 people, including 11 foreigners, were killed in a car crash on the border with Mali
    Algeria: 17 people, including 11 foreigners, were killed in a car crash on the border with Mali
    The civil defense said Thursday that a collision between two transport vehicles killed 17 people, including 11 citizens from sub-Saharan Africa in southern Algeria on the border with Mali.

    "The incident killed 17 people, including 11 foreigners from sub-Saharan Africa," said Colonel Farouq Achour, who was killed in the blast.

    Five people, four of them from sub-Saharan Africa, were wounded and wounded and taken to hospital, he said. The nationality of the foreign victims was not disclosed.

    In recent years, Algeria has become a preferred destination for thousands of African citizens, and NGOs estimate the number of migrants to be around 100,000.
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