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Ali Dilem – A Controversial Cartoonist

Ali Dilem is a well-known Algerian cartoonist, both famous and infamous. Dilem has been producing works related to local and International news and issues for the Liberté newspaper since the 1990’s. And while his cartoons have brought him much praise from those in the industry, they have also resulted in raising the ire of government officials and religious leaders. Despite facing serious legal action, Ali Dilem has always continued to sketch his opinion with boldness.

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Algeria’s Sports Hero: Souad Ait Salem

Souad Aït Salem was born in the Algerian mountains, in Mecheria on the 6th of January 1979. On the African continent Algeria is considered the second biggest country and is recognized as an Islamic, Amazigh and Arab country. Souad Aït Salem represents Algeria as a long-distance runner focusing primarily on marathons and half marathons.

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Algerian Craft Industry Revival

In 2006, it was estimated that approximately 200 000 Algerians were employed by the crafts industry in Algeria. The traditional crafts such as carpets, pottery, metal craft and leather work are an important income to the country. The Algerian Government has realized the significance of the industry and has lent its full support of reviving the craft industries for the export and for tourism.

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l Qal'a of Beni Hammad

There are many archaeological treasures in Algeria that are well worth seeing. Most people will immediately think of the roman ruins found at Djemila but not all ruins in Algeria are roman. If you travel roughly 21 miles southeast of Msila, you will find the I Qal’a of Beni Hammad. These ruins are what is left of the mightiest and most important city of the Hammadite Empire which enjoyed its peak in the 11th century AD. The ruins are situated at roughly 1000 meters above sea level and are encircled by the beautiful Hodna Mountains which provide a fitting backdrop for this archaeological treasure.

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Algeria’s New Taghit National Park

Many visitors and tourists to the small Algerian village of Taghit see this area as an undiscovered jewel of beauty. The village itself is not accessible due to it being a military post, but the small oasis surrounded by tall palms against the backdrop of giant sand dunes, captures the imagination of all that visit this area. While some find the sunrise on the dunes breathtaking and others are not able to resist sliding down the slopes, the dunes and slowly advancing Sahara Desert, poses a threat to this area on a large scale.

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Algeria’s International Exhibition

It is estimated that some 10,000 people will stream through the doors of the Algeria Business Center this year between the 28th and 30th of October for the annual International Exhibition for Fruit and Vegetables Industries.

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Algeria’s Saint Augustine of Hippo

Saint Augustine of Hippo was known for the influence he had in developing Western Christianity as we see it today. He was born in 354, Tagaste in Algeria, a Roman city in North Africa, and is recognized by numerous Christian groups for the improvements he made on the teachings of salvation and grace. He was the eldest son of his mother Monica, who was given sainthood and his father, Patricius, who was a pagan.

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Musical Rhythms in Algeria

The musical world in Algeria has many different faces. Even though their traditional music is still played and loved, the younger generation of musicians that are making an impact on the music industry in Algeria, often combine influences from other countries and music styles, to create a unique sound, and to appeal to a broader audience.

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