Death Toll Climbs in Algerian Bombings
Car bombs exploded minutes apart Tuesday in central Algiers, heavily damaging a United Nations building and ripping the facade off the wing of a government office. Dozens were killed, including some U.N. employees, and the death toll is still climbing.
William MacLean, a Reuters correspondent in Algeria, talks with Robert Siegel.
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