December 21, 2000
BHP Ltd. said Thursday it will reduce its exposure in North African projects by selling a parcel of oil and gas exploration interests in Algeria to Woodside Petroleum Ltd for $22.5 million.
December 20, 2000
The trial of 10 people charged in connection with the murder two years ago of star Berber singer Lounes Matoub began Wednesday in eastern Algeria but
Armed Islamic extremists have killed 11 more people and wounded 18 others in Algeria, pushing the death toll during a bloody holy month of Ramadan to
December 19, 2000
A family of eight, including a pregnant woman and six children, were killed in western Algeria on Monday night -- the latest in a string of brutal mur
December 18, 2000
The death toll in a wave of bloodshed across Algeria over the weekend has risen to more than 50, mostly civilians.
December 17, 2000
At least 16 students and a supervisor were killed overnight by an armed group at a boarding school at Medea, 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Algiers
Algerian security forces used air-to-ground missiles fired from helicopters to kill 18 armed Islamic extremists in a major operation against insurgent
December 16, 2000
A jailed leader of Algeria\'s disbanded Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) has reiterated an offer to help in the search for a peaceful solution to the cou
Four members of the security forces died in Algeria in three separate attacks attributed to armed Islamic militants, the press reported Saturday.
December 14, 2000
An earthquake measuring 3.4 on the Richter scale rocked the Mahelma area near the capital Algiers Wednesday.
Up to 12 Algerian soldiers have been killed in an ambush by armed Islamic fundamentalists in the north of the country, in the latest bloody attack on
December 13, 2000
US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has applauded Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika\'s will to reform and widen the scope of his foreign re
Press reports said that nine civilian guards and five soldiers have been killed in two separate ambushes by armed Islamic fundamentalists in Algeria.
December 12, 2000
US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright arrived Tuesday morning in Algiers to attend the signing of a peace accord to end more than two years of war
Press reports said Tuesday that at least five soldiers were killed, and 10 others injured in northern Algeria when an Islamic fundamentalist group amb