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Algeria's long-awaited metro system opens in Algiers
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1 November 2011
On 1 November 2011 BBC News reported:
Thousands of people have used the underground metro in Algeria's capital, Algiers, after it finally opened 28 years after construction first began. The BBC's Chloe Arnold says there was a festival atmosphere, as the opening coincided with a national holiday. Algerians told the BBC they were proud of their new rail network, which connects Algiers' Central Post Office to the suburb of Kouba.
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