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The IndependentRobert Fisk: Another 'sham' election is over, so what now for Algeria?The IndependentIn Algeria, politics is theatre, blood is real. You may joke about Abdelaziz Bouteflika's re-election for a fourth-term presidency ? sick, wheel-chaired, 77 years old ? with 81.5 per cent of the vote, but you cannot doubt the ambush and killing of 14 ...Sterile Politics Leaves Algeria's Problems UnaddressedWorld Politics ReviewWhere Does Algeria's National Election Leave Its Energy Future? (And Europe's)ForbesWhat does Algeria's election mean for Israel?Jerusalem PostWorld Socialist Web Site -Shanghai Daily (subscription) -Pittsburgh Post-Gazetteall 56 news articles »
BBC NewsAlgeria's election: A fait accompli?Aljazeera.comAlgerians went to the polls on Thursday and, even before the official count, most believed that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's re-election was a foregone conclusion. Airtime usually plays a key role when analysing the coverage of elections, but the ...Quelle surpriseThe Economist (blog)Algeria's Bouteflika wins re-election with 81.5 percent: official resultsReutersAlgeria's President Bouteflika wins fourth termBBC NewsHuman Rights Watch -Huffington Post -Reuters UKall 353 news articles »
Algeria: AQIM militants kill 14 soldiers in mountainsBBC NewsIslamist militants have killed 14 Algerian soldiers in an ambush on a convoy in mountains east of the capital Algiers, security officials say. Reuters news agency reports the troops were searching for militants in Tizi Ouzou region when they were attacked.
Fourteen Algerian soldiers killed in ambushAljazeera.comAlgeria fought a 10-year civil war against the political party the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS), who supported the introduction of Islamic law in the 1990s, after invalidating a national election. Those fighting against the government are now largely ...
Yahoo NewsEleven Algerian Soldiers Die in AQIM AmbushAllAfrica.comAlgiers ? The Algerian army on Monday (April 21st) continued hunting al-Qaeda terrorists responsible for the Saturday slaying of 11 soldiers in Kabylie. Combat units with air support are searching the area between Tizi Ouzou and Bouira, adjacent to ...Berber protesters clash with Algeria policeYahoo NewsAlgeria probes police violence in Kabyliemagharebia.comBerber protesters clash anew with Algeria policeMiddle East Onlineall 10 news articles »
Militants Kill Soldiers in AlgeriaNew York TimesALGIERS ? Islamist militants killed at least 14 Algerian soldiers in an ambush in mountains east of the capital over the weekend in one of the deadliest attacks on the military in years, the state news agency and a security official said on Sunday ...
Yahoo NewsAlgeria's Bouteflika poised to win electionsAljazeera.comAiling incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika was poised to clinch a fourth presidential term despite chronic health problems after polls closed in Algeria's election that saw 70 people wounded in protests. Voting ended by 19:00 GMT at polling booths across ...Opposition Cries Fraud in Algerian ElectionABC NewsAlgeria's Bouteflika poised to win re-electionReutersAlgeria's elections confronted by widespread disillusionment among young ...Fox NewsUSA TODAY -Yahoo News -The Economistall 392 news articles »
Drake and Scull wins Dh147m Algeria contractgulfnews.comDubai: Dubai construction firm Drake and Scull International has won a Dh147 million ($40 million) project to build a mixed-use development in the capital of Algeria, the company said on Wednesday. Drake and Scull will undertake the civil construction ...Drake & Scull wins $40mn Algeria contractConstruction Week OnlineDSI bags Dh1.2bn contractsEmirates 24/7all 8 news articles »
Bouteflika re-elected Algeria's president despite low turnoutAl-MonitorAssuming they are accurate, the official results of the April 2014 presidential election show that 5 million fewer voters voted for Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika than in 2009. This significant drop shows that his popularity is at its lowest ...
Aljazeera.comDiscontent Swells as President of Algeria Seeks a Fourth TermNew York TimesSupporters of the president emphasize his critical role in leading Algeria out of a devastating civil war in the 1990s, which killed 100,000 and began after the military stepped in to nullify elections won by Islamists. Algeria's leadership has since ...Q&A: Ali Benflis aims for comeback in AlgeriaAljazeera.comCan Algeria's ailing president win a fourth term?BBC NewsAccusations close out Algeria election campaignThe Daily StarYahoo News -Reuters -Al-Arabiyaall 131 news articles »