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Algeria's renewable energy potential: Solar power is the way to go
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Algerian pharmaceutical boom: A step towards health & food security
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Algeria Boosts Economy by Unleashing Culture of Start-Up Enterprise
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At least 26 killed in Algeria forest firesAt least 26 people - including a mother and daughter - have been killed in wildfires that have devastated 14 regions in northern Algeria.
Algeria closes airspace to French military and recalls its ambassador to France amid intensifying rowAlgeria has closed its airspace to French military flights and recalled its ambassador to France as a row between the two countries intensifies.
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Leaded petrol phased out in the Algeria - the last country to stop using the fuelThe last country in the world to use leaded petrol has stopped selling the highly toxic fuel, bringing an end of its use in cars, the United Nations (UN) environment office said on Monday.
'It's a disaster': 22 arrested for arson as deadly Algeria wildfires rageA total of 22 people suspected of being behind deadly wildfires in Algeria have been arrested, the country's president has said.
Algerian judoka withdraws from Olympics to avoid facing Israeli opponentAn Algerian judo competitor has withdrawn from the Tokyo Olympics after learning he could have faced an Israeli opponent.
Three China government units among top 10 global arms-makersThree Chinese state-owned entities now figure in the top 10 arms companies in the world, with a fourth also making it to the top 25. It reinforces the ongoing massive modernisation of the People’s..
Algeria to further relax coronavirus lockdownAlgeria will further relax its coronavirus lockdown on Sunday, easing a curfew, allowing public transport to resume in the cities and reopening some more businesses, the government said on Saturday.
Algeria to ease coronavirus restrictions on SundayAlgeria will resume some economic activities and allow a number of businesses to reopen from Sunday as part of a plan to end the coronavirus lockdown, the prime minister's office said on Thursday.
Algerian activists jailed for criticising authorities, rights group saysAlgeria has jailed three activists on charges including threatening national unity for criticising President Abdelmadjid Tebboune and the judiciary, a group defending detainees said on Wednesday.
Algeria eases coronavirus lockdown for RamadanAlgeria will ease confinement measures from the first day of the holy month of Ramadan on Friday by shortening a night curfew and lifting a full lockdown for a province near the capital Algiers, the..
Weary Algerians fear fresh economic turmoil as oil prices diveAlgerians are watching the collapse of oil prices with alarm as the energy markets on which the North African nation relies for most of its export revenues have been plunged into turmoil by the..
Algeria extends curfew to nine more provinces over coronavirus outbreakAlgeria will impose a curfew in nine more provinces to limit the spread of the coronavirus, the prime minister's office said on Friday.
Algeria jails opposition figure Karim Tabbou for year-activistsAn Algerian court has sentenced one of the most prominent figures in the protest movement that toppled longtime leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika to a year in prison, leading rights lawyers said on Tuesday.
Algeria to import pharmaceutical products worth $100 million for coronavirusAlgeria will allocate $100 million to import pharmaceutical products and equipment to fight the coronavirus outbreak, the government said on Sunday.
Algerians forego weekly protest amid coronavirusAlgerian protesters heeded a presidential order over the coronavirus, and the pleas of some of their own leaders, by not staging their weekly demonstration against the ruling elite on Friday for the..
Algeria suspends domestic flights: Ennahar TVAlgeria will suspend all domestic flights from March 22 to April 4 to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Ennahar television reported on Thursday.
Algeria set to suspend public transport, close cafes and restaurantsAlgeria will suspend public transport, close cafes and restaurants, tell half its state employees to stay home and order security forces to tighten the bar on public gatherings, the government said on..
Algeria bans street marches due to virus; some protesters unswayedAlgeria has banned street protests over the coronavirus, President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said on Tuesday, in a bid to end a year of unprecedented mass demonstrations that brought down the veteran..
Algeria to suspend travel with Europe and AfricaAlgeria will suspend all sea and air travel between it and Europe from Thursday over the coronavirus, Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad said in a statement.
Morocco halts flights with 25 more countries, confirms 18 coronavirus casesMorocco has suspended flights to and from another 25 countries over coronavirus fears, the foreign ministry said on Saturday, extending an earlier travel ban that covered China, Spain, Italy, France..
Algerians defy coronavirus threat to keep up protestsThousands of Algerians defied the threat of coronavirus on Friday to march against the ruling elite, keeping up a campaign of weekly protests that have lasted for more than a year and convulsed..
Morocco agrees with Spain and Algeria to suspend flightsMorocco suspended all flights and passenger ship traffic to and from Spain over fears of the coronavirus outbreak, Morocco's state news agency said on Thursday.
Algerian protest movement faces new threat: coronavirusAlgerians are watching to see whether a global epidemic will do what the ruling authorities they describe as le pouvoir - the powers that be - have failed to achieve, and quell a year of mass protests.
Algeria to close schools, universities after first coronavirus deathAlgerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has ordered schools and universities to close until April 5 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, state media reported on Thursday, after the country's first..
Algeria confirms first coronavirus death - state radioAlgeria has registered its first coronavirus death, state radio reported on Thursday.
U.N. chief considers naming Algerian diplomat as new Libya envoy: diplomatsUnited Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has been consulting with U.N. Security Council members about appointing former Algerian Foreign Minster Ramtane Lamamra as his new Libya envoy,..
Racked by protests, Algeria bars political gatherings over virusAlgeria's government has canceled political gatherings because of the coronavirus, it said on Tuesday, though it was not immediately clear if this would entail a ban on the mass protests that have..
Algeria suspends economic, cultural, political gatherings over coronavirusAlgeria has suspended economic, cultural and political gatherings to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Health Minister Abderrahmane Benbouzid said on Tuesday.
Algeria faces 'unprecedented' multi-dimensional crisis: PMAlgeria's prime minister said on Tuesday the country faced an unprecedented "multi-dimensional crisis" and urged people to make fewer demands of the government and reduce their street presence.
Algeria confirms three new coronavirus casesAlgeria has confirmed three new cases of coronavirus, bringing to eight the total number of people tested positive for the virus, the health ministry said on Tuesday.
Algeria reports two new coronavirus cases, bringing the total to fiveAlgeria reported two new coronavirus cases on Monday, which brings the total of confirmed cases to five, state news agency said quoting a statement from health ministry.
Angola to bar entry of citizens from virus-hit countriesAngola will prohibit the entry of citizens from China, South Korea, Italy, Iran, Nigeria, Egypt and Algeria, if they travel directly from those countries, as a precaution against the coronavirus,..
Algeria deports Italian national infected with coronavirusAn Italian national who tested positive for coronavirus on his arrival in Algeria has been transferred to his home country, Algerian official media reported on Saturday.
Algeria flight suspension or protest bar 'not on agenda' over coronavirusAlgeria is not planning to ban public protests or suspend flights to Italy after the country's first case of the coronavirus was identified in an Italian man, a health ministry official said on..
Algeria not to suspend flights over coronavirus: officialAlgeria is not contemplating a suspension in flights but will reinforce controls on planes from Italy after it confirmed its first case of coronavirus in an Italian man, a health ministry official said..
Algerian leader to go to Saudi Arabia in first state visit since electionAlgerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune will travel to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, state media reported, his first state visit since being elected in December.
Algerian protesters mark year of protests and demand more reformsSeveral thousand Algerians demonstrated on Friday to mark the first anniversary of protests that ousted President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, demanding the removal of allies of the former leader who are..
Algeria leader warns against attempts to incite protesters to violenceAlgerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune on Thursday warned protesters demanding political reforms to be vigilant to avoid infiltration attempts aimed at pushing them to violence.
Algeria ready to mediate in Libya ceasefire talks: president to paperAlgeria is ready to act as a mediator in any Libya ceasefire talks, its president Abdelmadjid Tebboune told French newspaper Le Figaro in an interview published on Thursday.
Algerians keep up protests a year after demonstrations beganThousands of Algerians marched on Friday, a year since the start of weekly protests calling for a complete overhaul of the ruling elite, an end to corruption and the army's withdrawal from politics.
Timeline: Algeria's year of protest and turmoilMass protests over the past year in Algeria have brought down a veteran president and caused the biggest political crisis since the end of a 1990s civil war that killed 200,000 people.