Six killed in latest Algerian violence

oats of six people, including four blind women, in a village south of Algiers, security forces said in a statement Sunday.
The killings took place early Sunday on a farm in Haouch Mena, about 20 miles south of the capital of the country.
No one claimed responsibility, but the attack was carried out a few hundred yards from the home village of Antar Zouabri, a leader of the militant Armed Islamic Group.
An estimated 75,000 people have been killed in an insurgency that began in 1992 after the army canceled legislative elections that Islamic fundamentalist parties were poised to win.