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Ukrainian cargo plane with seven on board crashes in Algeria: ministry - Reuters

WGN-TVUkrainian cargo plane with seven on board crashes in Algeria: ministryReutersALGIERS (Reuters) - A cargo plane with six Ukrainians and one Russian on board crashed in Algeria's far south early on Saturday, an Algerian transport ministry official said. The Ukrainian Antonov-12 plane en route to Equatorial Guinea could have ...Ukrainian civilian plane crashes in AlgeriaUSA TODAYUkrainian cargo plane crashes in Algeria killing 7WGN-TVall 79 news articles »

Nations Cup 2015: Mali fail in bid to switch Algeria tie - BBC Sport

BBC SportNations Cup 2015: Mali fail in bid to switch Algeria tieBBC SportA FMF spokesman had said: "Algeria had a remarkable performance at the last World Cup and we are afraid that if its players don't do as well against us, the Algerian fans will attack our players." Matches have been suspended in Algeria this weekend and ...Mali seeks venue outside Algeria for African CupSalt Lake Tribuneall 26 news articles »

For deadly football, Algeria must face a Heysel-style ban - The Daily Star

The Daily StarFor deadly football, Algeria must face a Heysel-style banThe Daily StarEbosse, from Cameroon, left behind family, a fiancée and their baby daughter to earn his living in Algeria's top league and, with his goals, to offer the gift of football happiness for those same ?fans? who seemingly now have his blood on their hands ...Column: For Deadly Football, Algeria Must Face BanABC NewsColumn: "It's murder:" For player death, Algeria must be banned as England was ...Fox Newsall 38 news articles »

Algeria Postpones Oil Bids to Sept. 30 - Wall Street Journal

Algeria Postpones Oil Bids to Sept. 30Wall Street JournalLONDON?Algeria has delayed the deadline for its next oil-licence bids by about four weeks, people familiar with the matter said, as companies complain about investment conditions despite recent oil-sector reform. The date set for the submissions to ...

Algeria: Firing Abdelaziz Belkhadem Should Be a Wake up Call for Morocco - Morocco World News

Algeria: Firing Abdelaziz Belkhadem Should Be a Wake up Call for MoroccoMorocco World NewsThe secretive Algerian regime has somewhat succeeded in painting themselves as the new generation of decision-makers who have brought Algeria into the twenty-first century, and that the old ways of doing business behind closed doors are in the past.and more »

Algeria suspend all football after player death - Reuters Africa

The GuardianAlgeria suspend all football after player deathReuters AfricaALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria have suspended all football this weekend in memory of Albert Ebosse, the striker killed on Saturday after being struck by an object thrown from the crowd during a Ligue 1 match in the north African country. The Algerian ...Algeria cancels fixtures after death of striker hit by object in matchThe GuardianCameroonian player dies in Algeria after being hit by object from crowdBBC NewsAlgeria suspends football after star player is killed by rock thrown by his ...Telegraph.co.ukYahoo Sports -NESN.com -SB Nationall 402 news articles »

Algeria, US talk security collaboration - magharebia.com

Algeria, US talk security collaborationmagharebia.comAlgerian Army Chief of Staff Ahmed Gaïd Salah met with US Africa Command (AFRICOM) head General David Rodriguez on Wednesday (August 27th) in Algiers to discuss Sahel security and military co-operation. The talks were aimed at "researching the ...and more »

Lakhdar Ibrahimi: The Next President of Algeria? - Morocco World News

Lakhdar Ibrahimi: The Next President of Algeria?Morocco World NewsThe chances are that official Algeria wants badly Ibrahimi to be available to replace Bouteflika in case something happens to him and this means in other words that the president's health is really bad and the army does not want to take chances with a ...

Algeria says no ransom paid to free its diplomats in Mali - Shanghai Daily (subscription)

Algeria says no ransom paid to free its diplomats in MaliShanghai Daily (subscription)Algeria says no ransom paid to free its diplomats in Mali. Aug 30,2014. ALGIERS, Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Algeria said Saturday that no ransom was paid to free its diplomats who were kidnapped in April 2012 in northern Mali, according to official media reports.and more »

Shame and Outrage in Algeria After Cameroon Footballer Albert Ebossé Is Killed ... - Global Voices Online

Shame and Outrage in Algeria After Cameroon Footballer Albert Ebossé Is Killed ...Global Voices OnlineAlbert Dominique Ebossé Bodjongo Dika, a 25-year-old Cameroonian footballer who played for Algerian club JS Kabylie, died on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014, after being hit by an object thrown from the stands following his team's loss to rivals USM Alger.





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