Charles Rivkin: “The US is ready to help Algeria in shale gas exploitation, if need be”


US Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs, Charles Rivkin, has underlined during a visit to Algiers the ...

Algeria: Government poised to enforce emergency measures to halt illicit money flows overseas


The Algerian Government has decided to re-open the burning file of the enormous capital flight abroad and its deleterious effects, ...

Armed forces foil a terrorist plot against foreign companies Southern Algeria


National Army Forces foiled, on Tuesday, a terrorist plot that targeted security headquarters and foreign companies in Hassi Messaoud and ...

Algerian forces found a terrorist's family of Seven members in a mountainous hideout


National People's Army forces found a terrorist's family of seven members, who lives in a forest in Oued Talba in ...

Law obliges us to carry out studies before water or shale gas wells digging, says minister


Algerian water minister Hocine Nassib said any wells digging will not be carried out only after studies. “Legally speaking, all ...




Pharmacists threaten to boycott Algerian medicines and protest

Pharmacists threaten to boycott Algerian medicines and protest
Pharmacists' Syndicate criticized the interventions and pressures that are practice by the trade directorates on pharmacists work, calling upon the Health Ministry to put an end to these practices, particularly since the medicines market is subject to the Health Ministry and not to the Trade Ministry....

Education: Retirement after 25 years is a crippling demand by syndicates, Benghabrit says

Education: Retirement after 25 years is a crippling demand by syndicates, Benghabrit says
Nouria Benghabrit, announced on the resumption of dialogue sessions with the independent education unions starting from next Thursday, reaffirming that the retirement after 25 years is a "crippling requirement by syndicates, which can not be realized....

Lawyers interpret leaks of British investigation on Tiguentourine attack

Lawyers interpret leaks of British investigation on Tiguentourine attack
Lawyers criticized leaks of information from British justice regarding an enquiry about an attack on a gas field in Tiguentourine (southern Algeria). It implicitly held Algeria responsible for the attack consequences....

Over 5,000 Algerian immigrants forcibly deported from France every year

Over 5,000 Algerian immigrants forcibly deported from France every year
French authorities deported an Algerian national called "A.A.M" forcibly to Algeria, without fulfilled the legal requirements for that, even when his file was posed at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, as he asked the French authorities not to deport him....
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