Protesters say transitional bodies need to be set up before free and fair elections can take place.
Demonstrators call for interim president Abdelkader Bensalah and Prime Minister Noureddine Bedoui to resign.
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Said Bouteflika was seen as Algeria's de facto ruler after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika suffered a stroke in 2013.
For eleventh week, protesters demand removal of remnants of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's ruling elite.
Ahmed Ouyahia is one of several Bouteflika associates being questioned in a widening anti-corruption drive.
Algeria's Abdelaziz Bouteflika may be gone, but his unfinished Great Mosque of Algiers, some say, symbolizes his 20-year reign, as well as his megalomania.
Counter-revolutionary forces are seeking to resurrect the military dictatorship model the Arab Spring dismantled.
Banners depicting local youth's discontent with the status quo inspires people elsewhere to 'illustrate their anger'.
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika stepped down after 20 years in power, demonstrators say those who supported him must go.
The four Kouninef brothers were arrested on Monday as part of an anti-graft drive.
Residents say the building in the UNESCO-listed Casbah district should have been 'renovated or destroyed'.
The move comes as the army chief announced that members of the ruling elite would soon be prosecuted for corruption.
Demonstrators gather for ninth successive Friday in cities across Algeria to call for root-and-branch political reform.
The War of Independence left behind major political cleavages which are now being played out in the streets of Algeria.
It is the country's highest judicial body, which oversees presidential and parliamentary elections.
Tayeb Belaiz is one of the three figures protesters want to step down due to their proximity to Bouteflika.
And what could still go wrong.
Judges say they will not oversee the vote if it is held under same judicial framework and Bouteflika-era institutions.
Police in Algiers try to disperse protesters angry at alleged attempts by Bouteflika allies to stay in power.
Announcement comes a day after Abdelkader Bensalah was named interim president post-Abdelaziz Bouteflika's resignation.
General Gaid Salah says military forces will 'meet the people's demands' as protests against ruling elite continue.
“We Woke Up and You Will Pay!” Algeria in Revolt
Thousands rally in Algiers to denounce appointment of establishment insider Abdelkader Bensalah as acting head of state.
Thousands mark the end of former President Bouteflika's rule, demand that his close associates also step down.
The country's constitution stipulates that the speaker of the upper house of parliament should take presidential reins.
Protesters rally for seventh straight week demanding the departure of allies of long-serving leader, who quit this week.
This is seen as a move to sideline former President Bouteflika's allies as demanded by protesters.
Many Algerians are concerned the acting president won't deliver peaceful democratic transition and fair elections.
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has resigned after mass protests against his 20-year rule.
Ex-leader seeks forgiveness for 'any failing' towards Algerian people as civil society groups call for more protests.
Counter-revolutionary forces are still far from being defeated, but there is much reason to be optimistic.
A review of his presidency after he announced his resignation following a mass protest movement.
Bouteflika’s resignation prompts jubilation in Algiers but many say they will continue to protest against government.
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The former president of Algeria says he was offered position a day after Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his resignation.
Announcement comes days after authorities arrested prominent businessmen Ali Haddad at border with Tunisia.
President's planned resignation comes after military chief called for his removal in accordance with constitution.
Caretaker government headed by newly appointed PM Noureddine Bedoui will be tasked with overseeing transition process.
Ali Haddad detained at the Tunisian border as pressure mounts on long-time leader to resign.
Algeria's army chief has repeated his call to apply article 102 of the constitution to remove President Bouteflika from office.
Protesters reject army bid to remove president on health reasons, call it attempt by old guard to maintain status quo.
President Bouteflika's decision not to seek another term has failed to calm protesters who want overthrow of old system.
Opposition leaders say general's call for Bouteflika to be declared unfit to rule is a manoeuvre to preserve old guard.
Army chief Ahmed Gaid Salah says 82-year-old president is so ill he should be declared unfit to rule.
National Liberation Front Spokesperson says only elected representative can solve the problems facing the country.
As Algeria's oil wealth dries up and protesters demand change, we examine the economic challenges facing the country.