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Algeria: President Bouteflika Conducts Partial Cabinet Reshuffle
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Thursday conducted a cabinet reshuffle, in accordance with the clauses of Article 79 of the Constitution, the Presidency of the Republic told (...)
[AllAfrica] 24/07/2015

Algeria cuts spending as energy revenue forecast falls 50 percent
Algeria cuts spending as energy revenue forecast falls 50 percent
Algeria will trim spending in its 2015 budget by 1.35 percent, expecting a slump in oil prices to reduce its energy earnings by 50 percent, the government said on Thursday.
[Africa Report] 23/07/2015

Algeria: Al-Qaeda Affiliate Claims Killing of Soldiers
[Capital FM] Nicosia -Al-Qaeda's North African branch said it killed 14 Algerian soldiers in an ambush southwest of the Algerian capital, in what would be the deadliest attack on the army in over a year.
[AllAfrica] 19/07/2015

11 Algerian soldiers killed in attack
At least 11 Algerian soldiers were killed after they were attacked by gunmen west of the capital Algiers, a security source has said. The source did not give further details about the attack which took place on Thursday night in the Ain Defla area. Algeria has found stability after a 1990s war (...)
[The Nation] 19/07/2015

Algeria: Islamist Gunmen Kill Soldiers - Security Source
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Algiers -At least 11 Algerian soldiers were killed after they were attacked by Islamist gunmen west of the capital Algiers, a security source said on Saturday.
[AllAfrica] 18/07/2015

Dreams that wither and die in the African desert
NIAMEY, 15 July 2015 (IRIN) - It is estimated that more than 100,000 West Africans will cross Niger this year on their way to Europe. But many don't even reach the coasts of places like Algeria, Libya or Morocco to try their luck on the perilous boat journeys. For many, their dreams wither and (...)
[IRIN] 15/07/2015

Algeria: Algeria Firmly Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Nigeria
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Algeria has firmly condemned the series of attacks perpetrated this weekend, by the terrorist group "Boko Haram" in Nigeria, said Saturday Foreign Ministry's spokesperson Abdelaziz Benali-Cherif.
[AllAfrica] 06/07/2015

Algeria: Algerian Scientists Help Solve Universe's Mysteries
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Trying to solve the Universe's mysteries like the cosmic energetic particles is the great challenge of a team of Algerian scientists. They will build with other scientists from 14 countries a giant telescope and install it on the International Space Station (...)
[AllAfrica] 23/06/2015

Mali: Tuareg Peace Deal Raises Hopes but Faces Challenges
[RFI] Activists and analysts in Mali hope that a landmark deal between the government and a Tuareg-led rebel coalition will bring stability to the north, the cradle of several Tuareg uprisings since the 1960s. But there is only cautious optimism that the Algiers Accord, signed this weekend will (...)
[AllAfrica] 23/06/2015

Algeria: Lamamra to Visit Bamako Friday
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ramtane Lamamra, will visit Bamako on 19 and 20 June 2015, at the invitation of his Malian counterpart, Abdoulaye Diop, the Foreign Ministry said Thursday in a (...)
[AllAfrica] 18/06/2015

Algeria: 62 Dead in 401 Road Accidents in One Week
[Algerie Presse Service] Algiers -Sixty-two (62) people were killed and 763 others were injured in 401 road accidents which occurred during the period from June 9 to 15, the National Gendarmerie said Thursday in a toll.
[AllAfrica] 18/06/2015

Algeria: Western Sahara Continues to Suffer 'Throes of Colonialism From Another Age'
[Algerie Presse Service] Johannesburg -Western Sahara continues to suffer from the "horrors of colonialism from another age," Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal stressed Sunday in Johannesburg, adding the acceleration of the decolonization of this territory needs the mobilization of (...)
[AllAfrica] 15/06/2015

Top Islamist ‘killed’ in US strike
A top Islamist militant who ordered a deadly attack on an Algerian gas plant two years ago has been killed in a US air strike in Libya, officials say. Mokhtar Belmokhtar and other fighters were killed in the raid by aircraft in the eastern city of Ajdabiya, a statement from Libya’s government (...)
[In2EastAfrica] 15/06/2015

All Africa Games 2015: Rwanda V-ball team drawn in Group B
Zone V volleyball champions Rwanda have been pooled alongside North African giants Algeria, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Ghana and Seychelles in Group B of the upcoming All Africa Games set for September 4-19 in Congo Brazzaville. After the draws were released by Confederation of African Volleyball (...)
[In2EastAfrica] 12/06/2015

Algeria: Importers and bankers arrested in anti-corruption sweep
Algeria: Importers and bankers arrested in anti-corruption sweep
Algerian authorities have arrested 17 people including importers and bank officials as the country tightens control on imports and corruption to help counter the effect of low world oil prices, a judicial source and official media said on (...)
[Africa Report] 08/06/2015

Mali govt, rebels to sign peace deal June 20
The head of Mali’s main Tuareg-led rebel groups said on Friday that his movement will sign a final deal to end the conflict in the west African nation on June 20. The Coordination of Azawad Movements headed by Bilal Ag Cherif initialled a peace agreement with the Malian government in Algiers on (...)
[Nigerian Pilot] 05/06/2015

FIFA ranking: Nigeria move up to 42nd
Despite moving two places up in the monthly Fifa ranking released on Thursday, the Super Eagles are ranked seventh in Africa Nigeria have moved up to the 42nd position in the latest Fifa global rankings released on Thursday. The Eagles remain the seventh ranked African side behind Algeria, Cote (...)
[Nigerian Pilot] 04/06/2015

African Cup dreams end for Maghreb sides
Algeria and Tunisia exit CAN after contentious quarter-final clashes.
[Magharebia] 02/02/2015

Algeria, Niger join forces against terrorism
As the terrorism threat looms from Mali and Libya, the Nigerien president visits Algeria to discuss pooling resources.
[Magharebia] 28/01/2015

Algeria suffer surprise loss at CAN
Algeria and Tunisia face decisive matches, while Morocco fans regret the ban on their national team.
[Magharebia] 26/01/2015

Algeria preserves subsidies despite revenue drop
Despite a projected budget deficit due to lower oil prices, Algeria vows to keep its public investment policy unchanged.
[Magharebia] 22/01/2015

Algeria fights terror financing
Algerian authorities are using the law to dry up funding sources for terrorists.
[Magharebia] 22/01/2015

Algeria thwarts plans to attack oil installations
On the two-year anniversary of the deadly terrorist operation at the Tiguentourine gas plant, Algeria is boosting security.
[Magharebia] 21/01/2015

Algerian troops find slain tourist
The body of the French hiker beheaded last September was found after a jailed terrorist provided a tip.
[Magharebia] 16/01/2015

Algeria seizes weapons on Libya border
Tight security on Algeria's border with Libya is paying off.
[Magharebia] 14/01/2015

Algeria, Tunisia ready for CAN 2015
Maghreb football fans have high hopes for Tunisia and Algeria in the 2015 Orange Africa Cup of Nations.
[Magharebia] 05/01/2015

Algerians decry fatwa against acclaimed writer
A salafist demands death for Algerian writer Kamel Daoud, sparking a public outcry against terror and attacks on free speech.
[Magharebia] 02/01/2015

Algeria pursues political solution in Libya
With Sahel states asking for an international intervention in Libya, Algeria is making another push for a diplomatic solution.
[Magharebia] 02/01/2015

Algerian army takes out Daesh terrorist
A senior Islamic State militant wanted for a brutal beheading is now dead.
[Magharebia] 23/12/2014

Algeria presses for Libya dialogue
Algerian Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra is working to effect a peaceful end to the Libya crisis.
[Magharebia] 15/12/2014

Top jihadist leader killed in Sahel
A senior lieutenant of Algerian jihadist Mokhtar Belmokhtar was just taken out in northern Mali.
[Magharebia] 15/12/2014

FIFA Club World Cup defeat for ES Setif
In other week-end sports, MCA lose their Algeria title, Mauritania's champions are in danger and Wydad Casablanca solidify their lead.
[Magharebia] 15/12/2014

African experts discuss security threats
Algeria is pushing for a world-wide ban on ransom payments to terror groups.
[Magharebia] 12/12/2014

Algeria border woes affect region
Terrorists, traffickers and harragas eye passage across Algeria's vast borders. Security forces are taking unprecedented measures to keep them out.
[Magharebia] 12/12/2014

Algeria to Up Spending on Cereal Imports
North Africa is struggling with the prospect of reduced cereal harvesting.
[The North Africa Journal] 22/10/2014

Algeria: Police Demonstration is Symptom of Vacant Leadership
Competition between Arab and Berber tribes for jobs and land often ends in violent confrontations in Ghardaia. Ghardaia is situated in the center of Algeria in the Sahara desert. On October 12, tribal tensions flared up again as it did so many times in the past (...)
[The North Africa Journal] 22/10/2014

The Thorny Issue of Algeria’s Solid Waste Treatment
The French waste management firm Suez Environnement is currently seeking fresh opportunities to enter the Algeria solid waste treatment market. The firm has recently dispatched some of its senior managers to explore the possibility of offering services either by itself or through a joint (...)
[The North Africa Journal] 16/09/2014

Algeria Ends Highway Construction Contract with Group of Japanese Firms
The North Africa Journal | The Algerian government announced that it has ended its contract with a group of Japanese companies formed to build a lengthy section of the Algerian east-west motorway.
[The North Africa Journal] 16/09/2014

Africa misses out on first World Cup semi-final spot
Nigeria and Algeria have failed to set up an all-African quarter-final fixture that would have seen an African team in the semi-final of the World cup for the first time after the two teams were eliminated in the second round stage of the ongoing finals in Brazil by France and Germany (...)
[Sierra Express Media] 03/07/2014

Africa misses out on first World Cup semi-final spot
Nigeria and Algeria have failed to set up an all-African quarter-final fixture that would have seen an African team in the semi-final of the World cup for the first time after the two teams were eliminated in the second round stage of the ongoing finals in Brazil by France and Germany (...)
[Sierra Express Media] 03/07/2014 all news from Africa. Africa news & newspapers online
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