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The newspaper quoted a security source as saying that the list identifies 28 militants, bringing the number of potential suicide bombers in the North African nation from 40 to 68.
The source added that five names were added to the list early this month, including three Libyan militants identified as Abu Muhajir, Abu Sakhr and Abu Munhader.
The Libyans took advantage of the unstable security situation on borders to intrude into the Algerian territory, the source said, adding that they managed to join the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat in the desert of Algeria and became part of their suicide bomber projects.
The list has been distributed to security stations nationwide to prevent possible terror attacks, especially ahead of the parliament elections scheduled in May, the source added.
In July and August of 2011, three suicide attacks targeting military forces hit the localities of Azefoun in Tizi Ouzou province, Bordj Menaiel in Boumerdes province and Cherchel in Tipaza province, leaving dozens of people dead or injured.