Hundreds of thousands of Algerians took to the streets Friday in one of the largest demonstrations the country has seen since its president resigned last week, demanding that the interim successor and other elites also step down. But in a sign that the North African nation’s security forces could be losing patience with the ongoing demonstrations, clashes erupted between police and protesters, injuring several people, according to eyewitnesses. Riot police fired tear gas canisters at demonstrators in downtown Algiers to disperse them. President Abdelaziz Bouteflika left office 10 days ago, ending two decades in power, after weeks of protests by Algerians from all walks of life convinced the powerful military to abandon their loyalty to the president and demand that he step down. But that […]