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Algeria bomb kills 14 before presidential visit

Algeria bomb kills 14 before presidential visit By Lamine Chikhi, Reuters, 6 september 2007 ALGIERS (Reuters) – A suicide bomber killed 14 people when he blew himself up...

Algeria-Watch: Text

At the eve of Sarkozy visit to Algeria President Bouteflika says the French colonialisms “oppressor and racist” El Khabar, 7 July 2007 At the eve of the French...

Bouteflika renews pre-May 17th elections government

Except Bedjaoui, Hamimid and Guidoum departure Bouteflika renews pre-May 17th elections government El Khabar, 5 june 2007 According to Republic presidency communiqué, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika Defence Minister renewed...

Africom: No unified command for Africa

Pentagon unveils AFRICOM’s motives No unified command for Africa El Khabar, 23 june, 2007 “We are considering the possibility to share the U.S. Africa command AFRICOM among many...

British Police chases Algerians on the run

Terror: British Police chases Algerians on the run Ech-Chorouk, on Friday, May 25 The British police Scotland Yard launched on Wednesday a high profile appeal for information leading...

Government to resign this week

Presidential coalition gathers to discuss post-Saidani PNA Government to resign this week El Khabar, 27 may 2007 FLN secretary general and Prime Minister Mr. Abdelaziz Belkhadem pointed out...

Algeria to strengthen energy links with the United States

Algeria to strengthen energy links with the United States By Said Jameh for Magharebia in Algiers – 17/05/2007, published 18/05/2007 http://www.magharebia.com/cocoon/awi/xhtml1/en_GB/ features/awi/features/2007/05/18/feature-02 Mohamed Meziane, chief of the Algerian...

Arrest of already released people

GSPC prominent arrested figures transfer from Serkadji to Chlef prison Arrest of already released people El Khabar, 10 mai 2007 Algiers security services arrested eight people already released...

US Military experts to visit Algeria

US Military experts to visit Algeria Ech-Chorouk, May 12, 2007 The US Defence Attaché to Algiers told Echorouk, his country does not seek a set military bases but...

Khalifa will appear today before the British Justice

He will appear today before the British Justice Ech-Chorouk, May 02, 2007 Fugitive Abdelmoumene Khalifa wil today appear before British Security and Judicial authorities. The man charged with...

Demand spikes for U.S. special ops

Demand spikes for U.S. special ops by Rowan Scarborough, The Examiner, Apr 30, 2007 Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika visits victims of last Wednesday’s bombings in a hospital of...

Algeria angered by US terror alert

Algeria angered by US terror alert By Hassane Meftahi, Associated Press Writer, The Independent, 16 April 2007 Algeria’s Foreign Ministry scolded the US Embassy yesterday, saying its warning...

Attacks meant to annoy elections

Algiers bombings victims’ toll Attacks meant to annoy elections El Khabar, 14 April 2007 Home affairs minister said terrorist attacks targeting the capital exhibitionist and shed light on...

23 Dead in 2 Bombings in Algeria

23 Dead in 2 Bombings in Algeria By AOMAR OUALI, Guardian, April 12, 2007 Associated Press Writer ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) – Bombs heavily damaged the prime minister’s office...

Khalifa: New developments in Algeria’s « Trial of the century »

New developments in Algeria’s « Trial of the century » By Adel Dekkaki for Magharebia in Washington, 16/03/2007 http://www.magharebia.com/cocoon/awi/xhtml1/en_GB/ features/awi/features/2007/03/16/feature-02 While the trial continues in the El Khalifa Group affair,...

A life sentence to the Algerian «Golden boy»

A life sentence to the Algerian «Golden boy» Khalifa Empire ephemeral glory collapse El Khabar, 24 march 2007 After more than a two-month marathon trial led by Mrs....

Domestic Detainee From 9/11 Released

Domestic Detainee From 9/11 Released By Anushka Asthana, Washington Post Staff Writer, Friday, July 21, 2006; Page A09 Benamar Benatta, believed to be the last remaining domestic detainee...

Algerian wants probe to review his case

Algerian wants probe to review his case Man says his ordeal similar to cases of Canadian Muslims tortured in Mideast Jeff Sallot, Globe and mail, 21 March 2007...