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Algerian convoy seeks to take medical supplies, humanitarian aid to Palestinians under siege in Gaza

June 9, 2010
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An aid convoy is setting out from Algeria towards Gaza, after the Guidance and Reform Society, the organizers of the humanitarian assistance, obtained the necessary permits from Egypt, Algeria media reported. “The convoy will be in support of the Freedom Flotilla since its ships were the first to try to break the blockade of...
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Algerians praise Turkey while humanitarian organisation defends its records

June 5, 2010
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Mosque imams in Algeria have devoted their Friday sermons to the condemnation of Israel as a war criminal and to the praise of Turkey as the flagship of noble solidarity with the Palestinian. “We do pray for Turkey and its leaders to succeed in their noble mission to offer valuable assistance to the besieged...
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More than 22,000 foreigners arrested in Algeria in four years

March 20, 2010
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More than 22,000 foreigners arrested in Algeria in four years

More than 22,000 foreigners have been arrested in Algeria in the last four years, an average of 15 per day, security officials have said. Forgery, use of bogus documents, counterfeit money, swindling and drugs are among the most common causes for the arrest, the police said in its annual report. Most of those arrested...
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Algeria’s PM condemns rumour-mongers, says president of Africa’s second largest country is in good health

March 12, 2010
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Algeria’s PM condemns rumour-mongers, says president of Africa’s second largest country is in good health

Algeria’s prime minister has condemned rumour-mongers as “malicious groups seeking to undermine national unity.” Algeria was this week gripped with rumours that President Abdelaziz Bouteflika had died from bad health and that the government did not wish to announce his death until later to avoid uncertainty hanging over the oil-exporting country’s political scene. No...
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Egyptians top Arabs in Algeria’s labour force, but Chinese with 45% are far ahead

February 17, 2010
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Egyptians top Arabs in Algeria’s labour force, but Chinese with 45% are far ahead

Egyptians top the Arab share in Algeria’s labour force, but their numbers pale in comparison with those of the Chinese who make up around half of the foreigners who are employed in Algeria, an Algerian official has said. “The number of expatriates in Algeria has risen from 543 in 1999 to 45,000 in 2009....
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Algeria seeks Arab League top post rotation

February 17, 2010
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Algeria seeks Arab League top post rotation

The rotation of the post of Arab League secretary general among the member countries is “a perfectly sensible” move that should be adopted by the Arab states, a senior Algerian official said. “The nature of regional and international organizations comprised of several national members is to rotate posts,” Abdelaziz Belkhadem, the personal representative of...
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US-style playing cards “corner” Egyptian celebrities

January 3, 2010
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An Algerian website has emulated the US and developed a set of cards carrying pictures and names of people it thinks should be blacklisted. In 2003, the US issued a set of playing cards to help troops identify the most-wanted members of the Saddam Hussain regime in Iraq. The site’s list included broadcasters, singers...
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US-style playing cards "corner" Egyptian celebrities

January 3, 2010
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An Algerian website has emulated the US and developed a set of cards carrying pictures and names of people it thinks should be blacklisted. In 2003, the US issued a set of playing cards to help troops identify the most-wanted members of the Saddam Hussain regime in Iraq. The site’s list included broadcasters, singers...
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