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Canadian anti-crime researcher sentenced to two years in prison in Algeria

The lawyer for a Canadian researcher detained in Algeria since February says his client has been sentenced to two years in prison. Raouf Farrah, who studies migration and criminal economies for an international anti-crime non-governmental organization, had been charged with publishing secret information and being paid to commit offences against public order.

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