Algeria: president had full stroke, but recovering ALGIERS, Algeria — Algeria's president had a full stroke, not a mini-stroke as originally reported, but he is recovering with the help of physical therapy, his office said Tuesday. Previously, the government had said that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 76, had a transient ischemic attack, a so-called mini-stroke. But the latest statement says it was a "cerebrovascular accident," or a full stroke.
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