March 28, 2007
"Reporters Without Borders" said Wednesday it was "dismayed" by the heavy sentence demanded on appeal against Ali Fodil and Naïla Berrahal, respective
March 22, 2007
The criminal court of Blida pronounced Thursday the maximum sentence of life imprisonment against the main defendant in Khalifa-bank case, Rafik Abdelmoumטne Khalifa. The verdict was rendered in
March 15, 2007
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Wednesday officially launched in Hammadi, in the province of Boumerdes, the East-West motorway works.
March 5, 2007
Suspected Islamist gunmen killed seven police officers in Algeria in an ambush, local newspapers reported on Monday.
March 4, 2007
A roadside bomb killed a Russian company worker and wounded several others in Algeria as they were travelling in a bus from a construction site to the
March 3, 2007
Algeria stated on Saturday its cooperation with Washington's war on terrorism was "profitable" but it would never agree to host an American military b
February 21, 2007
Algerian authorities should drop politically motivated charges against two human rights lawyers when their trial resumes on Wednesday, Human Rights Wa
February 13, 2007
In the Kabylia region, about 100 km east of the capital, Algiers, four police stations were hit Tuesday in apparently coordinated attacks.
January 25, 2007
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed a US$1.3 million contribution from the European Commission Humanitarian Aid department (ECHO) to its operation to provide food aid to Weste
January 22, 2007
European Union officials have followed closely and with great concern the meeting in Algiers between the Russian Minister of Energy and Industry, Mr. Victor Khristenko and the Algerian Minister of Ene
January 18, 2007
Algeria's national rail transport company (SNTF) intends to renovate its transportation and traction equipments by purchasing 30 electric locomotives, 64 electric multiple-unit trains and 17 new rail
January 9, 2007
The trial of 104 people linked to Algeria's biggest financial scandal opened Monday without the main accused, who is living in exile in Britain, and six other defendants who are on the run.
January 8, 2007
January 6, 2007
The leader of Algeria's main armed opposition group, now linked to al-Qaeda, vowed Saturday to continue with its struggle and appealed to Osama bin La
January 3, 2007
The contract for "the demolition and the recovery of the remains" of Skikda's petrochemical complex's three gas liquefaction plants will be signed on Wednesday between Sonatrach and French company Del