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'No worries' over Bouteflika health: Algeria govt


The state of health of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, flown to hospital in Paris after suffering a stroke, raises "no worries," the premier's office said Sunday in a statement cited by national news agency APS.

"Following the transient ischaemia without consequences which the president of the republic... suffered yesterday (Saturday), additional medical tests at Val-de-Grace hospital in Paris have confirmed that his state of health raises no worries," it said.

"As such, the activities of national life will continue to be carried out as normal," the prime minister's office said.