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Algeria-Watch: Publications

Publications More than 100 cases of enforced disappearance from Jijel governorate submitted to the UN (AK+AW, 31.12.09) Rachid Ramda: An Unsurprising But Disconcerting Verdict (P. Tourion, AW, 10.11.09)...

The tragedy of Algeria’s ‘disappeared’

The tragedy of Algeria’s ‘disappeared’ The Algerian government is trumpeting the revolution that put an end to French colonial rule half a century ago. But what followed left...

Algeria-Watch: Human Rights Violations > Disappearance

Disappearance The tragedy of Algeria’s ‘disappeared’ (F. Gèze, S. Mellah, 22.12.10) Elected member of the FIS – arrested, crucified and disappeared – Alkarama sends Lakhdar Bouzania’s case sent...

Algeria. The impossible transitional justice

Algeria. The impossible transitional justice by François Gèze and Salima Mellah, Algeria-Watch, 22 decembre 2010 A paper to be published in Nadya Nedelsky and Lavinia Stan (ed.), The...

Osama bin Laden and the Sahel

Osama bin Laden and the Sahel In one message, bin Laden has propelled the little known crisis in the Sahel to international prominence. Jeremy Keenan, Al Jazeera, 3...

General Toufik: ‘God of Algeria’

General Toufik: ‘God of Algeria’ Could the demise of the world’s longest serving ‘intelligence chief’ be imminent? Jeremy Keenan, Al Jazeera, 29 Sep 2010 September 2010 is the...

Algeria: Anti-corruption activist to face trial

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Public Statement AI Index: MDE 28/009/2010 8 September 2010 Algeria: Anti-corruption activist to face trial Algerian authorities should ensure that judicial proceedings against Djilali Hadjadj, a...

‘Secret hand’ in French Sahel raid

‘Secret hand’ in French Sahel raid By Jeremy Keenan, Al-Jazeera.net, 8 August 2010 France’s raid into Mali on Thursday, July 22, in an attempt to liberate a French...

Algeria: Stop Suppressing Protests

Algeria: Stop Suppressing Protests Police Ban March and Arrest Organizers who Called State TV a ‘Propaganda Machine’ (New York, May 3, 2010) – Algeria should end its repressive...

Algeria-Watch: Human Rights Violations > Asylum

Asylum Slovakia: Expulsion of Mustapha Labsi Violated International Law (AI, 28.04.10) Indefinite detention of four Algerian men unlawful (IRR, 28.02.08) The Algerian refugee Ahmed Zaoui is no longer...

Rachid Ramda: An Unsurprising But Disconcerting Verdict

Rachid Ramda: An Unsurprising But Disconcerting Verdict By Pascal Tourion, translated by Eleanor, Algeria-Watch, 10th November 2009 On the 13th of October at 5.30 pm, at the end...

Algeria: More Violence and “Normality”

Algeria: More Violence and “Normality” by David Porter; December 20, 2007, ZNet , http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?ItemID=14554 In spectacular fashion, the latest suicide attacks in Algiers confirm that nothing basic has...

The scramble for Africa’s oil

The scramble for Africa’s oil Christopher Thompson, Newstatesman, 14 June 2007 http://www.newstatesman.com/200706180024 Within a decade, the US will be heavily dependent on African oil. Little wonder the Pentagon...