Algeria sentences 49 to death over forest fire lynching

An Algerian court sentenced 49 people to death over the lynching of a man falsely accused of starting deadly forest fires last year, state news agency APS reported.

The North African country has suspended implementation of death sentences since its last executions in 1993.

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