Algeria

October 30, 2000

02:00 GMT

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.

October 27, 2000

03:00 GMT

Seven people were killed and several others wounded in an attack this week by suspected Islamic fundamentalists on the outskirts of Medea, south of th

October 25, 2000

03:00 GMT

Three Algerian soldiers were killed in clashes with Islamic rebels, and a policeman was stabbed to death in the Kabylie province, east of Algiers.

03:00 GMT

Torrential rain and flooding killed between 19 and 28 people in western Algeria overnight on Monday.

October 24, 2000

03:00 GMT

Six people were reported dead and a dozen missing Tuesday following flash floods in western Algeria, near the border of Morocco, where more than 100 r

October 23, 2000

03:00 GMT

Ethiopian Foreign Minister Seyoum Mesfin arrived in Algiers on Monday for indirect talks with Eritrea aimed a cementing an agreement to end the Horn o

03:00 GMT

Eight Islamic extremists were killed by security forces conducting sweeps through mountainous areas of northwestern Algeria.

03:00 GMT

The Colombian Minister of Energy and Mines Jorge Chamot said Argentine Techint lead group is been awarded the concession of the Camisea project.

October 22, 2000

03:00 GMT

France will reopen next week its consulate in the northeast Algerian town of Annaba after five years in which all Algerians have had to go to Algiers

October 21, 2000

03:00 GMT

Shab Khaled will finally perform in his homeland, Algeria.

October 20, 2000

03:00 GMT

Twelve members of the same family were massacred this week by suspected Islamic fundamentalists in a town in western Algeria.

03:00 GMT

Indian Foreign Minister Jaswant Singh begins a three-day official visit to Algeria Monday to boost bilateral relations.

October 19, 2000

03:00 GMT

Four thousand civil defense guards in Algeria have resigned from the force, complaining of being abandoned by the authorities, said a newspaper.

03:00 GMT

Several accords, agreements and letters of intent were signed yesterday between Canada and Algeria, at the end of a three-day visit to Algiers by a Canadian Trade Mission. The total value of the deals