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Press Interview overlooked despite grave Allegations

Press Interview overlooked despite grave Allegations Algeria Interface, 27 July 2000 In an interview to an Arabic weekly that has gone oddly unnoticed, former Islamic guerrilla turned anti-Islamic...

Surviving Algeria

‘They burnt my genitals, arms and legs with a soldering iron and a blowtorch. But worse was to come ..’ Surviving Algeria John Sweeney, The Observer, 29 June...

Algeria ‘s Blowtorch Election

Algeria ‘s Blowtorch Election ‘Only kiss the hand you cannot cut off’: The military is torturing and killing its way to victory over Islamists in the June poll....

Algeria acts on massacre of Italians

Algeria acts on massacre of Italians John Sweeney, Trapani, Sicily, The Observer, 23 November 1997 ALGERIA has reopened its investigation into the massacre of seven Italian seamen and...

‘We bombed Paris for Algeria ‘

‘We bombed Paris for Algeria ‘ Islamic cells are infiltrated, ‘terrorist’ attacks orchestrated, French MPs bribed. A secret service defector seeking asylum in Britain reveals the regime’s manipulation...

Messy end for AIS

Messy end for AIS Algeria Interface, 18 January 2000 The amnesty President Bouteflika has granted fighters from the former Islamic Salvation Army (AIS) is the culmination of two...

You want a desert war? Try this one

You want a desert war? Try this one JOHN SWEENEY,The Observer, 08 February 1998 THE planes have taken off, the war is on and they’re bombing the enemy...

Open letter From John Sweeney

Open letter From John Sweeney JOHN SWEENEY, The Observer, 19 April 1998 Dear Bernard-Henri Levy, You must have found the news from Relizane a cruel blow. But evidence...

Ex-army man saw villagers being murdering

Ex-army man saw villagers being murdering Lara Marlowe, The Irish Times, 30 octobre 1997 Three people who witnessed some of the horrors of the Algerian civil war and...

Can you call this ethical, Mr Cook?

Can you call this ethical, Mr Cook? Algeria , not the bully of Baghdad, is the real test By JOHN SWEENEY, The Observer, 18 Jan 1998 ROBIN COOK...

AIS, from Surrender to dissolution

AIS, from Surrender to dissolution Algeria Interface, december 30, 1999 After a two-year ceasefire and recent wrangling prompted by the controversial about-turn of its chief, Madani Mazrag, the...

Algerians tortured by security forces

Algerians tortured by security forces Lara Marlowe, Irish Times, 30 octobre 1997 Defectors from the Algerian army and police have described in horrific detail to The Irish Times...

Civil harmony breeds public Discord

Civil harmony breeds public Discord Algeria Interface, November 2, 1999 As the Algerian government publicly congratulates itself on its Civil Harmony Act, there is widespread scepticism about numbers...

Is that blood on the canvas?

Is that blood on the canvas? John Sweeney, The Observer, 14 December 1997 THE flopping down of Richard Branson’s wayward balloon in what Lord Salisbury once called ‘the...

Algeria splashes out on arms

Algeria splashes out on arms Algeria Interface, 01.12.2000, www.algeria-interface.com/new/article.php-article_id=111&lng=e.htm Windfall oil earnings and reduced debt burden have revived the Algerian army’s determination to modernise. Paris, 1/12/00 – Rising...