May 11, 2012

18:00 GMT

Results from yesterday's election in Algeria indicated Friday a win for the ruling National Liberation Front (FLN)

May 6, 2012

Algerian actress, Amel Bouchoucha is without child
11:43 GMT

Algerian actress, Amel Bouchoucha, denied that she had ever had a child outside of wedlock, in response to mounting speculation and gossip.

February 26, 2012

07:44 GMT

Algerian imports of food of grew by 18.8 percent to $816 million in January 2012, against $687 million recorded in January 2011.

January 29, 2012

Algerian president
09:12 GMT

The Algerian economy will be in relatively good condition in 2012 despite the economic certainties characterizing the global economic climate.

January 16, 2012

Ben Ali toppled, setting the domino effect into play for regional leaders. 14th Jan marked the 1st anniversary of the death of the 24 year-old dictatorship of Zine E- Abidine Ben Ali. Forced out of power, into a shameful hiding in KSA., he took just under 4 weeks to give the people what they wanted-- his riddance - and the birth of people power.
09:01 GMT

Masses of Tunisians marched in peaceful triumph Saturday Jan 14, 2012, to mark the one-year anniversary of the revolution that ended the dictatorship of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali — and indisputably sparked uprisings around the Arab world. Arab dignitaries too were out for the occasion of professing their pro-revolution stance, joining their hands in recognizing the momentous events that precipitated an Arab Spring. How far has Tunisia come along, and what is the legacy left behind for Arabs and the world?

January 8, 2012

Mike Feghali: Keeps his telling eyes on Lebanon: 2012 sees electricity surge - better prices, less cuts. A Jewish heritage site will be discovered in Aqar; A religious miracle brings wondrous visitors to Lebanon; Even Liban is not immune to the smoking ban's reach. He foresees an international crime, on a scale bigger than 'Harriri'.
13:30 GMT

A run-down of the top predictions from the prominent men and women in their field of regional 'predicting' and fore-casting. These Arabian 'predictors', primarily for the Arab world but also for the global future, share some of their ominous foresights for the year ahead.

December 31, 2011

The Syrian crisis has been escalating, and the last Friday of 2011 saw a climactic spate of protestor killings, using nail bombs. The opposition is defiant, and as the death toll rises so does the volume of protests - fortified in the knowledge that the Arab League (following sanctions) are in town on their mission to halt the regime crackdown.
16:41 GMT

As the year comes to close, many are relieved that a year of stormy clouds and unabated anger is behind us. Things can only get better or is there still worse to come? In 2011, it turned out that we could not forecast the range of violent weather, nor could we predict the rage of people. From the Gulf to the Caucuses, and from the USA to Japan the world felt pain in 2011.

November 8, 2011

Star singer ‘Warda’ Al-Jaza'eriya (Known by her family name, translated, 'the Algerian'), aptly, Algerian origin, celebrates her birthday
with her new grandchild, and the release of a new video clip.
17:16 GMT

The Latest news in pictures of celebrities and entertainment in the Arab World. (Part 7)

November 1, 2011

15:02 GMT

The Foreign Minister of Algeria Mourad Medelci on Tuesday said that an agreement is reached with the Syrians during a meeting with the Arab Commission held in the Qatari capital Doha.

October 30, 2011

foreign exchange
07:10 GMT

The International Monetary Fund has classified Algeria as the least indebted among the 20 countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

October 6, 2011

08:04 GMT

Algerian police on Wednesday arrested 17 people as they prepared to hold a rally marking bloody pro-democracy protests of 1988

September 1, 2011

09:45 GMT

The Algerian al Watan newspaper quoted on Thursday sources close to the Algerian presidency as saying that Gaddafi was near the border.

August 30, 2011

14:46 GMT

Colonel Gaddafi's daughter Aisha has given birth to a baby girl just hours after fleeing to Algeria, a source was quoted as saying on Tuesday.

August 29, 2011

20:04 GMT

Libya's government considers Algeria's sheltering of members of Muammar Gaddafi's family an act of aggression and will seek their extradition.

August 27, 2011

14:18 GMT

A convoy of six armored vehicles that could be carrying senior Libyan officials, maybe even fugitive leader Moammar Gaddafi, crossed from Libya into Algeria on Friday.