Algerian court sentences 49 people to death over brutal lynching

ALGIERS, Algeria 

An Algerian court sentenced 49 people to death Thursday over the brutal killing last year of Jamal Ben Ismail, who they falsefully accused of starting forest fires in the Kabylie region.

The Casablanca Court in the capital, Algiers, said that 49 defendants were sentenced to death on charges of premeditated murder, arson, torture and subversive terrorist acts targeting the security of the homeland, property and people and undermining national…

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