January 28, 2000

France has reopened its cultural centre in the Algerian capital, closed since 1993 because of the threat of bomb attacks by Islamic extremists who targeted French cultural and so-called neocolonialist interests. The centre is linked to universities and research centres in France. Only bona fide students, university teachers and researchers may use its facilities. It will re-open to the public only when the security situation improves.

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