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The Race to Create Jobs

Controversies of governance and faith should not interfere with the prosperity of people, so job creation is a common concern for all shades of opinion in Algeria. You could be amongst the faithful, or from another school of belief. You might be a person of great influence, or just an ordinary Algerian citizen. You might be young or old or of either sex. The one priority which unites us is to create as many new jobs as possible in Algeria, in next to no time!

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The Rise of Raï Musician Khaled

Raï musician Khaled was born in the suburb of Sidi El Houari in Oran, on 29 Febuary 1960. Named Khaled Hadj Brahim at birth, he found his love for music at a very young age. By the time he was fourteen he, along with his band named Les Cinq Etoiles, was performing at weddings and parties. The stage was set for one of Algeria’s most talented performers to become an international star.

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Wastewater Treatment Plant in Algeria

Everyone knows how important it is to have access to clean water, but that need becomes even more important in an arid climate like that if Algeria. The country has long struggled to maintain adequate standards of water purification for its general population and this has often proved to be troublesome. Fortunately this is about to change with Keppel Seghers having just been hired to build a wastewater treatment plant in Algeria.

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Discover the Antics of Algeria's Golden Jackal

If you happen to spend some time exploring the more rural parts of Algeria, you may happen to come across a small, fox-like dog scurrying around as it looks for food. This is the Golden Jackal (Canis aureus), a type of small, wild dog that is commonly found in southern Asia as well as northern and central Africa.

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Djanet – Jewel of the Sahara Desert

It is not easy to describe the Djanet. One could say that it is a settlement or a cluster of villages, surrounding a breathtaking oasis in the middle of the Sahara desert. It is situated in the Tassili National Park in Algeria and has approximately 15 000 local residents. There are no urban buildings in the Djanet oasis and it seems to be a location that is lost in time and has been able to keep its air of nostalgia. It is easy to see why Djanet is called the “Jewel of the Desert”.

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Beautiful Birds in Algeria

Algeria has over 406 different bird species or 53 families of birds inhabiting the country. Of those species, there is one endemic bird species in Algeria, which means that there is only one species that inhabits Algeria and is found nowhere else in the world. There are eight specialty birds, which means that they are distinguished in some way in comparison to other birds. Algeria also has nine endangered species, which could become extinct in the near future.

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Tipasa – Roman Heritage in Algeria

Algeria is an ancient country with many fascinating historical attractions. The ancient Phoenician town of Tipasa is one such attraction. Situated on the coast of Algeria, this ancient town was once brimming with inhabitants. Today, it seldom receives much attention but is a noteworthy attraction in Algeria.

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New Rock Art in Algeria – An Exciting Discovery

There is no greater source of insight into the lives of prehistoric people than rock art. There is little wonder then, that a massive furor always accompanies the discovery of legitimate new rock art. This is exactly what has happened with the discovery of Neolithic rock etchings in Algeria.

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