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The National Union of Algerian Farmers said Algeria's arable land could be expanded to 30 million hectares despite the severe climate conditions if there ... Agricultural experts said even the target of irrigating 2 million hectares by next year would be a tough test for the government's heavy bureaucracy.
Earlier this month, repatriated Malian's protested the mistreatment of sub-Saharan migrants by the Algerian government by vandalising the Algerian embassy in Bamako, Mali. The protestors called on the African Union to tell Algeria that membership in the continental union demands that fellow Africans be ...

Kabyle Berbers in Algeria and the French diaspora continue to play crucial intellectual and cultural roles in Kabyle and Berber identities. Kabyles, two-thirds of Algeria's Berbers (who altogether make up approximately 20-25 percent of the country's total population), have played a part at key junctures of Algerian history: ...
The Algerian government has covered 60 per cent of the losses incurred due to forest fires that erupted in the Tizi Ouzou province last year, EnnaharOnline reported yesterday. The government's effort included planting olive trees and fruit trees, in addition to trimming trees. So far the government has ...
Algeria is facing tough options proposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in an attempt to reform the country's economy. Earlier this ... Economists criticised the IMF's recommendations that “the Algerian government has failed to control the economic indicators after the four-year oil price shock.”.
The corrupt, secular and socialist incumbent government, in concert with the military and security forces, suspended the results. With this, the FIS' armed militia, AIS, began fighting the government, starting Algeria's civil war. At the same time, a like-minded but independent group known as the GIA (the ...

Today, about 50 generals control the government of Algeria. They use terror and torture to subdue their rivals and generous handouts funded by hydrocarbon revenues to pacify the general population. The president of Algeria, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, is in very poor health and wasn't even expected to live ...
The government said Algeria needed to avoid such drastic changes to retain social stability before presidential elections in April 2019. The “easy money” policy by the Algerian central bank is similar to policies used by the US Federal Reserve and central banks in Japan and Europe when financial tools, ...
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has called on Arab nations to work together to fight illegal migration and the networks that feed them. In a message read to a meeting in Algiers of Arab interior ministers, Abdelaziz Bouteflika said that “we cannot close our eyes” to criminal ...
Seventy years ago on June 3 1960 Simone de Beauvoir wrote an article in Le Monde about routine torture practice in Algeria which had the French government seize that issue of the paper and destroy all copies. They were too late – her words were out and were key to changing the country's history.
Belani pointed out that “the Algerian delegation reviewed the Algerian government's exerted efforts and adopted policies to repatriate illegal migrants from sub-Saharan countries, in coordination with the authorities of these countries, and its assumption of their travel costs.” Belani added: “Algeria has ...
“Algerian authorities routinely violate the right to freedom of assembly, despite constitutional guarantees of that right. The penal code ... Algeria relies on hydrocarbons for roughly 60% of government revenues, and In January of 2015 Algeria's sovereign fund dropped by 11.6 billion USD. At that rate the ...
Algeria is the biggest car market in the Maghreb and the fourth largest in Africa, official figures show. The North African country imported 4 million cars from 2001-16 at a cost of $25 billion, Algerian government data indicated. The government is reviewing its automotive industry development policy.
The days when the Algerian government could buy a fragile social peace using billion-dollar revenues from oil and gas exports are over for the moment. This is because in view of the global market slump in crude oil and natural gas prices, Algeria's national budget and currency reserves have almost ...
Kabyle Berbers in Algeria and the French diaspora continue to play crucial intellectual and cultural roles in Kabyle and Berber identities. Kabyles, two-thirds of Algeria's Berbers (who altogether make up approximately 20-25 percent of the country's total population), have played a part at key junctures of Algerian history: ...
The tensions between the Algerian government and the doctors and education unions escalated on Tuesday, prompting the suspension of thousands of ... Maalawi revealed to Asharq Al-Awsat that an International Labor Office delegation is expected to visit Algeria on Monday to meet with the Minister of ...
Algeria (MNN) – Several events in the last few months indicate that Christians in Algeria are facing growing pressure from the government and society. ... Middle East Concern believes these types of deportations are a tactic to ensure that outside groups are not able to work with Algerian Christians.

Algeria is mulling over luring in international oil companies with tax incentives in a new energy law aimed at stimulating the North African country's oil and gas industry. The government is already in talks with BP and Anadarko to explore its shale gas resources, too, Algerian officials said this weekend as ...
The government of Algeria has recently denied suggestions that its continued shut down of various churches in recent weeks and months is due to its persecution of Christians, though believers have claimed that the trend shows otherwise. Mission Network News reported on Monday that at least three ...
Kabyles, two-thirds of Algeria's Berbers (who altogether make up approximately 20-25 percent of the country's total population), have played a part at key junctures of Algerian history: French colonial rulers and scholars recognized their distinctiveness, viewing them as less “Islamic” and more “European,” ...
Turkey's economic partnerships with Algeria are set for a boost that could see trade between the countries treble to Turkish President Recep Tayyip ... The main initiative announced at the event was a $1-billion joint project between the Algerian government owned energy company Sonatrach and Turkish ...


 

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