Algerian fans celebrate in Algiers on June 26, 2014 after Algeria eliminated Russia with a 1-1 draw in a FIFA 2014 World Cup Group H match. AFP PHOTO/FAROUK BATICHE
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Two people died in car accidents after Algeria's capital exploded in fireworks and horn-honking joy after the national football team qualified for the Word Cup knockout stages for the first time.As the post-match celebrations continued into the early hours of Friday, young people honked horns and drove madly through the streets, resulting in car accidents that wounded 31 people across the country, according to police. Two young men died in separate car crashes.After Algeria's 4-2 upset win over South Korea last week, there were five deaths from car accidents, and one man died after having a heart attack during the second goal.
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