Algerian war: the lingering trauma of enforced disappearances

During Algeria’s war of independence, thousands of people were arrested by French authorities, never to return home. While many are believed to have died in police custody or been murdered by French forces, the families of the missing are grappling with the lack of closure. 60 years later, historians continue to investigate the disappearances and families still hope to learn more about the fate of their loved ones.

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