Bomb in Algeria kills 5

Five people were killed Tuesday when a remote control bomb exploded on a construction site in Algeria, a security official in the North African nation said.

The bomb appeared to target public works officials who were inspecting the construction site of new homes in Tlidjen, near the country's eastern border with Tunisia, the security official said. Those killed were three local public works officials and two entrepreneurs.There was no immediate claim of responsibility.

Most attacks in Algeria are claimed by al-Qaida in Islamic North Africa, a local Islamic insurgency movement that joined Osama bin Laden's terrorist network in 2006.
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