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Foreign AffairsAlgeria on the Brink?Foreign AffairsAmid the political turmoil that has shaped the Middle East and North Africa since 2011, the Algerian regime has proved resilient. Over the past five decades, the country has undergone periods of instability and crisis. After a brutal war that brought ...Furor Over Monastery Visits Exposes Algeria's Succession AnxietyBloombergOPEC Strategy Yielding Results, Algeria's Ex-Oil Minister SaysHellenic Shipping News WorldwideChief Secretary to the Treasury's keynote speech at UK-Algeria Investment ForumInvest in UKall 6 news articles »
24/7 Wall St.Temperatures Rise Above 110 Degrees in India and Algeria24/7 Wall St.Earlier this month, India recorded its highest-ever temperature of 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit in a town in the northwest part of the country. Saturday morning, the city of Ramgundam recorded a temperature of 114.8įF, tied with a town in Algeria for the ...and more »
Africanews (press release)Firm friends: The EU and Algeria enjoy gas love-in in AlgiersPlatts (blog)Algeria's importance to the European gas landscape is often overlooked ? which is not surprising given the sometimes hysterical attention paid to Europe's much bigger gas supplier to the east. But Brussels is under no illusion that the EU's gas ...EU, others call on Algeria to be more competitive in gas exportsAfricanews (press release)Algeria's In Amenas Gas Plant Due Back at Full Capacity in JuneRigzoneAlgeria: EU to Provide ?10 Million in Funding of Algeria's Renewable Energies ProgrammeAllAfrica.comESI Africa -Zawya (registration)all 27 news articles »
Asharq AlawsatAlgerian Anger over Israeli Journalist's 'Infiltration'Asharq AlawsatAlgiers- Algeria's Islamic Justice and Development Front Party has criticized the authorities for allowing an Israeli-French journalist to accompany French Prime Minister Manuel Valls during his visit to Algeria last month. Algerians are sensitive ...Algerians still suffering from French atomic legacyIndependent.aeall 2 news articles »
The 72 - We Love the Football LeagueVIDEO: a look at Middlesbrough interest in Algeria international Aissa MandiThe 72 - We Love the Football LeagueWhilst nothing concrete has occured in the case of interest, L'Equipe do note that Middlesbrough are keeping tabs on Mandi and think that the young defender ?would be seduced by the English experience.? 24-year-old Mandi, a 23-cap Algerian ...Report outlines the fee Middlesbrough must pay to sign 24-year-old target Aissa MandiHITCall 2 news articles »
Sputnik InternationalWhere Could Russia Turn Its Attention After Syria?Sputnik InternationalIn February Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visited Algeria to hold talks with Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika about the bilateral strategic partnership agreement the two countries signed in 2001, and about the security situation in the ...
Algeria-Qatar Business Meeting By End of 2016AllAfrica.comDoha ? A meeting between Algerian and Qatari businessmen will be held in Algiers by the end of 2016, on the sidelines of the 6th session of Algeria-Qatar High Joint Commission, announced Wednesday in Doha Minister of Industry and Mining Abdesselam ...ALGERIA : Algerian-Qatari fund buys into London property marketAfrica Intelligence (subscription)all 4 news articles »
Algeria: Nour M'sila, West Asia Wheelchair Basketball ChampionAllAfrica.comAmman ? The Algerian team "Nour M'Sila" won Thursdsay the West Asia wheelchair basketball championship held in Jordan. Nour M'Sila won the decisive game against Jordanian team "Ajial El Ghad" and Nour M'Sila (52-50). In a statement to APS, the ...
Algeria: Bedoui - Algeria-France Decentralized Cooperation 'Has Progressively Intensified'AllAfrica.comAlgiers ? Decentralized cooperation between Algeria and France "has progressively intensified" and resulted in "catalyst projects" part of shared interests and a common partnership approach, Minister of Interior and Local Assemblies Nouredine Bedoui ...and more »
International Monetary FundAlgeria Seeks to Diversify, Reshape Economy as Oil Revenues DeclineInternational Monetary FundGrowth in Algeria remained stable in 2015 at 3.9 percent, but the country is facing important challenges given the large decline in oil prices, said the IMF in its latest assessment. The government has started to undertake fiscal consolidation and ...Algeria to restructure economy as oil revenues decline - IMFAfricanews (press release)Algeria: IMF - Algeria Able to Adjust to Oil Price ShockAllAfrica.comAlgeria can survive the oil price shock with reformsCyceon.comStarAfrica.comall 114 news articles »