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Huffington PostAlgeria From A Drone Might Be The Most Stunning Place We've Ever SeenHuffington PostAlgeria is a place of nearly unimaginable beauty and diversity. From the heights of the Tell Atlas mountains to the bleakly beautiful desert expanse of Tamanrasset Province, it offers truly unforgettable landscapes. The country that inspired the works ...Algeria From A Drone Might Be The Most Gorgeous Put We've Ever WitnessedBeacon Reviewall 3 news articles »
Yahoo NewsIn Algeria, women 'imams' battle Islamist radicalisationYahoo NewsAlgiers (AFP) - Hundreds of female religious guides have been at the forefront of Algeria's battle against Islamic radicalisation since the civil war that devastated the North African country in the 1990s. Their aim is to steer women away from false ...In Algeria, women 'imams' battle Islamist radicalizationAl-ArabiyaIn Algeria, women imams battle Islamist radicalisationYour Middle Eastall 28 news articles »
BBC NewsAlgeria hostage inquest: Judge returns 'unlawful killing' verdictsBBC NewsSeven British men who died in the 2013 Algerian hostage crisis were "unlawfully killed", the judge in an inquest into their deaths has recorded. The inquest heard "unnecessary and unintentional" delays meant government intelligence about terror plots ...Algeria siege deaths: Intelligence delay blamedScotsmanInquest into deaths of two Surrey men killed in Algeria oil plant terrorist siegeGet SurreyAlgeria Gas Plant Attack Intel Shared Too LateSky NewsLiverpool Echo -The Guardianall 80 news articles »
New York TimesShale Gas Project Encounters Determined Foes Deep in Algerian SaharaNew York TimesAt first glance, Algeria might seem an unlikely place for the sort of popular movement against fracking, a method of tapping into deep deposits of shale gas, that has unfolded in many Western countries. Money from oil and gas accounts for 97 percent of ...Algeria police prevent anti-shale gas protestYahoo NewsWe Will Partner With Algeria in Development - President KenyattaAllAfrica.comGovt and Algeria Sign Pact to Boost Cooperation in Oil SectorThe StarCapital FM -The Daily Star -Washington Postall 117 news articles »
CleanTechnicaAlgeria Aims for 13.5 GW of Solar Power by 2030CleanTechnicaAlgeria is the leading natural gas producer in Africa and is the second-largest supplier of gas to Europe, but that is not slowing down the North African country's plan to ramp up solar power generation. Although some critics claim Algeria has not ...
Kenya Turns to Algeria for Oil and Gas ExpertiseThe StarKenya this week opened an embassy in Algeria and appointed Moi Lemoshira as the Ambassador Extra-Ordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kenya to Algeria. This was swiftly followed by an official three-day visit to Algeria by President Uhuru ...
Open DemocracyHome, for Algeria's Jews, is elsewhereOpen DemocracyIn Algeria, like other countries of North Africa and the Middle East, there are red lines when discussing politics and religion. Some Algerian writers have bravely debated Jewish minority rights, but raising too many questions about Algeria's Jewish ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukClinton Foundation admits breaking ethical rules by taking money from AlgeriaTelegraph.co.ukThe donation reportedly coincided with an intense effort by Algeria to lobby Mrs Clinton's State Department over US criticism of its human rights record. The incident appears to justify the early fears of Mr Obama's aides: that foreign governments ...Donation to Clinton Foundation while Hillary was secretary of state violated ...Fox NewsForeign governments gave millions to foundation while Clinton was at State Dept.Washington Post2010 Algeria Gift Breached Clinton Foundation Ethics PactChronicle of Philanthropy (subscription)The New Yorkerall 560 news articles »
Algeria: Crackdown on Labor Rights DefendersHuman Rights Watch(Tunis) ? Algerian courts have sentenced nine labor rights activists to prison since late January 2015 for engaging in peaceful protests to support unemployed workers. One was sentenced to 18 months in prison for ?unauthorized gathering.? The others ...and more »
Pittsburgh Post GazetteAlgeria's unrest: Fracking triggers turmoil for a major oil producerPittsburgh Post GazetteAlgeria, which has escaped the turmoil of the Arab Spring and Islamic extremism, may be stirring due to the government's support for tapping deep shale gas deposits through hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Despite the Muslim country's reliance on an ...Shale Opponents Keep Up Pressure in AlgeriaForbesall 2 news articles »