Three Algerian terrorists surrender to authorities
(MENAFN) Algerian Defense Ministry declared that three gunmen have turned themselves to Algerian authorities in the southernmost province of Tamenrasset close to Malian-Nigerien border.
These men, who started taking part in terrorist fiefs between 2010 and 2016, had surrendered two Kalashnikov machine guns, a sniper rifle and five loaded magazines.
Algeria has placed tens of thousands of soldiers on the southern and eastern borderline, in efforts to block terrorists' disorder amid instability reigning in Mali and civil war hitting Libya.
Meanwhile, the North African nation has uncovered secured routs along its southern border to promote Algerian militants taking part in terrorist fiefs in the African Sahel region to surrender arms in exchange of fair trials.
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