Britain deports two Algerian detainees

Britain deports two Algerian detainees Giles Tremlett, The Guardian, June 19, 2006 Britain deported a second former Belmarsh detainee to Algeria over the weekend, despite protests that both...

Algeria, Britain sign co-operation deals

ALGERIA Algeria, Britain sign co-operation deals http://www.businessinafrica.net/news/north_africa/804766.htm, 09 Jun 2006 Algiers – Algeria and Britain signed four agreements, including an extradition treaty, on Thursday in Algiers during a...

Terror suspect deported voluntarily

Deportation June 16, 2006 Terror suspect deported voluntarily Press Association, Friday June 16, 2006 An Algerian man suspected of being an international terrorist was deported from Britain today....

NATO mulls Mideast military academy

NATO mulls Mideast military academy By ASSOCIATED PRESS, BRUSSELS, The Jerusalem Post, June 7, 2006 NATO defense ministers this week will discuss proposals for the creation of an...

This will lead to violence

This will lead to violence The theatrical nature of recent anti-terror raids suggests a show is being put on to keep us fearful Faisal Bodi, The Guardian, June...

Bouteflika accepts Ouyahia’s resignation

Bouteflika accepts Ouyahia’s resignation Belkhadem assigned to form a new government El Khabar, 25 May 2006 The president of the republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika has received the chief of...

Britain to ask European court for rights review

Britain to ask European court for rights review By Kate Holton, http://news.scotsman.com/latest.cfm?id=751872006, May 20, 2006 LONDON (Reuters) – The government is to ask the European Court of Human...

Algeria: Cabinet reshuffle mere formality

Algeria: Cabinet reshuffle mere formality http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat= Politics&loid=8.0.303228733&par=0 Algiers, 26 May (AKI) – The forced resignation this week of Algerian Prime Minister Ahmad Ouyahia and his replacement with Abdelaziz...