Ebola will not enter Algeria, says minister


Algerian health minister Abdelmalek Boudiaf Sunday said the government took prevention measures against Ebola virus. ...

Tiguentourine plant will resume operations


Norway oil company Statoil said gas plant in Tiguentourine in Ain amenas (south of Algeria) 19 months after it was ...

RND: "Freeing the abducted in Mali enhances confidence on Bouteflika's diplomacy"


RND party considered that the liberation of diplomats who were kidnapped in Mali, and overcoming this crisis boosts the confidence ...

Algeria assumes responsibility of importing shoddy goods from China


Algerian authorities, led by the Customs Department is responsible for importing the Chinese products that are classified in 3rd,4th and ...

Municipality Guards protest in Algiers


Hundreds of Municipality Guards' members, who were recruited in the period between 1995 and 1999 to combat terrorism, decided to ...




Wage increases of 170.000 Education, Health and University employees

Wage increases of 170.000 Education, Health and University employees
Education, health and University Employees of the category of common wires will benefit from wage increases after the decision to repeal Article 87 bis, while Education and Health Syndicates praised this decision, but it considered it insufficient in view of the decline of the purchasing power and the rising prices....

Insurance companies delay compensations for 25.000 victims of road accidents

Insurance companies delay compensations for 25.000 victims of road accidents
Public and private insurance companies have failed until late July to sort out up to 25 thousand files of Algerian drivers insured against road accidents. This huge delay in file-processing by these failing insurance companies will deprive them until further notice to secure their financial compensations from the finance ministry...

Algeria coordinates with Morocco and Tunisia to face ISIS

Algeria coordinates with Morocco and Tunisia to face ISIS
Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia started tracking fighters from Syria who want to join ISIS as Algerian security forces supervise the operation, a Moroccan newspaper said on Monday citing a security report....

Economy: Algeria prone to raising import bill

Economy: Algeria prone to raising import bill
Many poultry farmers are threatening to boycott investment in these livestock, because of several problems that have taken away the desire to work in this field, Vice President of the National Bureau for Poultry Farming, Aid Noureddine told Echorouk....
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