Algeria

November 16, 2000

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Clashes in Algeria have claimed the lives of two armed Islamic extremists and a civilian guard, while two shepherd boys were kidnapped, press reports

November 14, 2000

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Four people were killed in two attacks blamed on Islamic extremists in Algeria.

November 12, 2000

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Harold Koh, the US Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights, arrived Sunday in the north African country of Algeria, which has recently come unde

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Seven people, including a soldier, have been killed in fresh violence linked to Islamic fundamentalists in Algeria.

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OPEC must act to confront the threat of a fall in oil prices next year, Algerian energy and mines minister Chakib Khelil said Saturday on the eve of a one-day meeting in Vienna.

November 11, 2000

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Two people have been killed and at least 18 injured in an earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale in the east of Algeria.

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Ten people, including six members of the security forces, were killed and three others injured in fresh violence in Algeria.

November 9, 2000

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prevent any collapse of prices.” He added that: “We don’t want to be overtaken by events if prices go down … so we have to be very cautious over that possible situation.

November 6, 2000

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Ten people were killed, including a police officer gunned down in a drive-by shooting in the capital Algiers, in fresh violence in Algeria.

November 4, 2000

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New wave of violence killed at least seven people and wounded two others during the weekend in different areas in Algeria.

November 3, 2000

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The Algerian Minister of Labor and Social Security, Abu Jarrah Sultani stressed that normalization with Israel at the official level in Algeria is “ut

November 2, 2000

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Five people, including three guards, were killed in fresh violence this week in Algeria.

October 31, 2000

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Algeria has decided to increase its oil production by 36,000 barrels per day from Monday, Energy and Mines Minister Chakib Khellil announced.

October 30, 2000

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Energy and Mines Minister Chakib Khellil announced that Algeria has decided to increase its oil production by 36,000 barrels per day from Monday.

October 28, 2000

03:00 GMT

Fifteen people were killed and nearly 20 were wounded in attacks blamed on Islamic extremists in Algeria, press reports said.