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Algeria: Congolese President Starts State Visit to Algeria
[Focac] Algiers -Congolese President Denis Sassou N'Guesso on Monday arrived in Algeria as part of a four-day visit at the invitation of his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika to boost bilateral relations.
[AllAfrica] 28/03/2017

New Eagles eager to make history -Success
Super Eagles debutant and Watford forward Isaac Success has predicted that Nigeria will achieve perfect result in the hydra headed World Cup and Nations cup qualifiers against Cameroon, South Africa and Algeria respectively. The presence of relatively young and hungry players in the national (...)
[The Nation] 27/03/2017

More Algerian women work, but husbands control wages
More and more Algerian women are challenging traditional norms by getting jobs, but many see their salaries confiscated by their husbands despite a law against the practice. “It’s financial harassment,” lawyer Fatma-Zohra Benbraham said. “It’s a dangerous phenomenon that has been kept silent for...
[Punch] 25/03/2017

Germany Set To Deport Nigerian Suspected To Have Pledged Allegiance To ISIS
Germany Set To Deport Nigerian Suspected To Have Pledged Allegiance To ISIS Germany announced plans to deport a German-Nigerian man, 22 and 27-year-old of Algerian descent whom the polilce suspects was planning to commit terror crime in the country. According to the German news agency, this is (...)
[Buzz Nigeria] 22/03/2017

Forbes List: 10 Richest Men in Africa in 2017
Forbes recently released a new list of 500 richest men in the world. Here are 10 Africans on the list with the highest net worth: Issad Rebrab (from Algeria, aged 73) $3.1bn Isabel dos Santos (Angola, 43) $3.1bn Naguib Sawiris (Egypt, 62) $3.9 bn Nathan Kirsh (Swaziland, 85) $3.9bn Johann (...)
[Nigerian Bulletin] 21/03/2017

Zetchi is new Algerian FA chief
Kheireddine Zetchi is offi cially the new head of Algerian football replacing Mohamed Raouraoua who has held the position for the past 14 years. Zetchi, who was the only candidate to run for the Algerian Football Federation presidency by the deadline day, has been confi rmed as the new (...)
[Blueprint] 21/03/2017

Misrata says relations with PC frozen; road to Tripoli is blockaded
By Libya Herald reporters. Tripoli, 18 March 2017: There have been furious protests from Misrata at the belief that the city is being demonised by various bodies in Tripoli, and in particular the hostility shown to the city by demonstrators yesterday in Tripoli’s Algeria and later Martyrs’ (...)
[Libya Herald] 18/03/2017

Algeria: Five terrorist bunkers discovered, destroyed in country's centre
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Five terrorist bunkers were destroyed and three members of terrorist supporting groups arrested on Friday by Army detachments and National Gendarmerie units, the ministry of National Defence said Saturday in a (...)
[AllAfrica] 18/03/2017

2017 CAF Confed. Cup: MC Alger, Club Africain, Al-Masry, Rayon Sports through to play-off round
Cairo, Egypt (PANA) - Algerian football club, MC Alger, Club Africain of Tunisia, Al-Masry of Egypt and Rayon Sports of Rwanda have all qualified for the play-off round of the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup. Sports
[Panapress] 18/03/2017

Mystery over fate of Tripoli TV reporters
By Libya Herald reporters. Tripoli, 17 March 2017: A Tripoli TV station has retracted its claim made earlier today that three of its journalists had been seized by gunmen who stormed its studios . The 218 TV Channel had been covering the pro-Hafter demonstrations in Algeria and Martyrs’ squares. (...)
[Libya Herald] 17/03/2017

Gunmen break up pro-Hafter Tripoli demo as PC warns of “bloodbath”
By Moutaz Ali. Tripoli, 17 March 2017: Hafter supporters fled Tripoli’s Martyrs’ Square tonight as militant gunman opened fire at the end of a day-long demonstration. Afterwards the Presidency Council warned that the capital risked being dragged into a bloodbath. The protest began in Algeria (...)
[Libya Herald] 17/03/2017

Africa: African Court Gets New Judges
[East African] The Arusha-based African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights (AfCHPR) is to welcome two new judges. Judges Bensaoula Chafika from Algeria and Chizumila Rose Tujilane from Malawi will be sworn in on Monday to replace Justice Fatsah Ouguergouz (Algeria) and Justice Duncan Tambala (...)
[AllAfrica] 07/03/2017

African court appoints two more women judges
The newly appointed judges to the African Court on Human and People’s Rights, Justice Bensaoula Chafika from Algeria and Justice Chizumila Rose Tujilane from Malawi, were sworn in earlier this week at the seat of the African Court, in Arusha, Tanzania, at the 44th ordinary session of the court. (...)
[Botswana Guardian] 07/03/2017

Algeria: Italy praises positive initiative by Libya’s neighbours
Algiers, Algeria (PANA) - Italy hailed the positive initiative taken by Libya’s neighbouring countries and regional organisations such as the African Union and the League of Arab States (LAS) to back the UN mediation in resolving the Libyan crisis, Italian Secretary of State in the Ministry of (...)
[Panapress] 22/02/2017

Algeria: French Presidential Candidate Macron Slams Critics of Algeria Remarks
[RFI] French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Friday slammed opponents for "exploiting" his declaration that French colonialism was a "crime against humanity" for electoral ends. He also claimed that Ukraine-based hackers were repeatedly attacking the website of his election (...)
[AllAfrica] 20/02/2017

Rangers advance despite home draw
Rangers International FC of Enugu squeeze into the second round of the 2017 CAF Champions League after drawing 0-0 at home to JS Saoura of Algeria, advancing on the away goals rule following a 1-1 draw in the first leg. More details later. The post Rangers advance despite home draw appeared (...)
[The Nation] 19/02/2017

Blegium: Belgium welcomes end of demining operations in Algeria
Brussels, Belgium (PANA) - Belgium has welcomed the announcement by Algeria that demining operations and the destruction of the anti-personal mines in the north African country have ended.
[Panapress] 15/02/2017

Champions League: Rangers FC vows to beat JS Saoura of Algeria
Rangers International FC of Enugu has vowed to beat JS Saoura of Algeria in the second leg of the ongoing Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions League match coming up on Feb.19, 2017. Rangers played 1-1 draw with Saoura FC in Algeria on Feb.10 and needs at worst a goal-less draw to (...)
[The Nation] 15/02/2017

Tunisia: Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt foreign ministers to meet on Libyan crisis
Tunis, Tunisia (PANA) – Foreign ministers of Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt will meet "very shortly" in Tunis on the Libyan crisis, the Tunisian minister of foreign affairs, Khameais Jhinaoui, has announced. Politics
[Panapress] 14/02/2017

Amapakabo assures Nigerians of Rangers’ victory against Algerian opponents
Rangers’ Coach, Imama Amapakabo, has assured Nigerians of his team’s victory over JS Saoura of Algeria in their second leg encounter on Feb. 19. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the second leg encounter will take place at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium, Enugu on Sunday. Amapakabo told (...)
[The Nation] 13/02/2017

Rivers United hold AS Real Bamako to goalless draw
Less than 24 hours after Premier league champions Rangers international held their Algerian counterparts to a 1-1 draw in Algiers, Rivers United have equally risen to the occasion to hold AS Real Bamako of Mali to goalless draw in Bamako in their first leg CAf Champions league tie. The Garden (...)
[The Nation] 11/02/2017

Zimbabwe: Warriors Drop Two Places in Fifa Rankings
[The Herald] THE complexity of the FIFA rankings came into question again yesterday when the Zimbabwe Warriors plunged down the ladder despite the team distinguishing itself in holding Algeria at the 2017 Nations Cup finals. The Warriors, who were drawn in the so-called Group of Death that (...)
[AllAfrica] 10/02/2017 all news from Africa. Africa news & newspapers online
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