This photo taken on April 2, 2015 shows the harbour of the Algerian capital northwest of Algiers. / AFP / Farouk Batiche
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Algeria blogger given 10 years in prison over postsAn Algerian blogger was sentenced to 10 years in prison after he was found guilty Thursday of providing intelligence to "agents of a foreign power," his lawyer said.The court, however, dropped charges of incitement against the state and two other alleged offences connected to Touati's Facebook posts.Hamaili, who had asked for an acquittal, said he would meet his client Sunday to determine if he wanted to appeal.
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