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Algeria says three Islamists killed by troops - News24

News24Algeria says three Islamists killed by troopsNews24Algiers - Algerian troops on Friday killed three armed Islamist fighters in the Skidda region west of the capital during an operation in the area, the defence ministry said. A statement said the suspects were killed in the afternoon during a search ...and more »

Algeria's Bouteflika back in the country after medical visit - AfricaNews

AfricaNewsAlgeria's Bouteflika back in the country after medical visitAfricaNewsThe 79-year-old leader was in Geneva for what is described as a periodic medical check up by the presidency. Bouteflika has governed the north African country for over 15 years and has visited Paris and Geneva a number of times since he suffered a ...Algeria's sick leader returns to AlgiersNigeria Todayall 5 news articles »

Algeria's Bouteflika returns from Geneva medical trip: state media - Reuters Africa

Daily MailAlgeria's Bouteflika returns from Geneva medical trip: state mediaReuters AfricaALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, 79, has returned to Algiers after a brief visit to Geneva for medical checkups, his latest since a stroke three years ago that has mostly kept him out of the public view. "The president of ...Bouteflika Back in Algeria After Medical Visit to GenevaABC NewsAlgeria's Bouteflika home after Geneva medical checkDaily Mailall 5 news articles »

Algeria's deepening energy problems - Petroleum Economist

Petroleum EconomistAlgeria's deepening energy problemsPetroleum EconomistThree dark clouds hang over Algeria and its oil and gas sector today in the form of a severe economic crisis, fear of more terrorist attacks on energy facilities, and uncertainty over the future presidential succession. One aspect of the economic ...and more »

Algeria Says 37 People Killed in Gas Plant Siege - Seeker (registration) (blog)

Seeker (registration) (blog)Algeria Says 37 People Killed in Gas Plant SiegeSeeker (registration) (blog)Governments have been scrambling to track down missing citizens as more details emerged after the final showdown on Saturday. DigitalGlobe via Getty Images. A satellite image shows the In Amenas gas complex in the Sahara where an Al-Qaeda-linked ...

Algeria offers incentives in new investment law - Reuters UK

Reuters UKAlgeria offers incentives in new investment lawReuters UKAlgeria seeks to diversify economy. * Tax benefits in draft law. * Bureaucracy among hurdles to investment. By Hamid Ould Ahmed. April 27 As part of steps to open up its economy after a sharp fall in energy earnings, Algeria's government has drafted a ...and more »

One picture says a lot about Algeria's stark reality - Middle East Monitor

Middle East MonitorOne picture says a lot about Algeria's stark realityMiddle East MonitorThis is no exaggeration: the uncomfortable image of Bouteflika looking so woeful next to a comfortable and healthy Valls has shocked Algeria and caused a wave of controversy after the French politician shared the image on Twitter following his recent ...

Algeria: Joint Open Letters: European Parliament Resolution on Algeria: One Year After - OMCT World Organisation Against Torture

Algeria: Joint Open Letters: European Parliament Resolution on Algeria: One Year AfterOMCT World Organisation Against TortureOne year ago, on 30 April 2015, the European Parliament adopted the first resolution on Algeria for over a decade. EuroMed Rights, the FIDH and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), in the framework of the Observatory for the Protection of ...

Algeria: Something To Die For - Strategy Page

Algeria: Something To Die ForStrategy PageApril 29, 2016: Despite the apparent success of the 1999 amnesty deal that ended the 1990s Islamic terrorist uprising, enough Islamic terrorists survived the fighting and amnesty to keep the violence going. The government estimates that during the ...

103 Chadian orphans repatriated from Algeria - News Ghana

News Ghana103 Chadian orphans repatriated from AlgeriaNews GhanaOther flights carrying more Chadians are expected in N'Djamena in the coming days. Chad's Justice and Human Rights Minister Youssouf Abassalah hailed the good relations between Chad and Algeria, which resulted in the freeing of his compatriots.





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