August 26, 2000
Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Benbitour has resigned and President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has charged his chief of staff with forming a new government.
August 24, 2000
The Algerian government and labor unions are expected to meet in September to kick off a new round of negotiation on wages.
The continuing increase in worldwide oil prices has already a substantial impact on the Algerian economy, and more is anticipated.
August 21, 2000
Mali's former president Moussa Traore, who has been serving a life prison sentence since being toppled in 1991, has returned from Algeria where he was
August 20, 2000
The news from Algeria is both good and bad. One year after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika first launched a daring initiative to end years of civil war, a new wave of violence has sparked fears that di
August 16, 2000
Four people have been killed and three others injured in continuing violence in Algeria linked to Islamic rebels, local newspapers reported.
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez finished his tour of OPEC countries Tuesday, leaving Algeria -- his last port of call -- on a confident note and pledging success at a September summit in Caracas.
August 15, 2000
Algeria warned Opec members that excess production beyond agreed quotas would cause significant falls in crude prices.
August 13, 2000
Britain will help Algeria to plan and launch a microsatellite named ALSATI by the year 2002.
August 7, 2000
The number of European tourists visiting Algeria increased by 65 percent in the first three months of 2000, representing a new era in the tourist industry.
August 6, 2000
An Algerian researcher claims to have discovered a plant capable of guaranteeing women a baby boy.
Eight people were killed and six others injured in continuing violence blamed on Islamic rebels in Algeria on Friday and Saturday, according to local
August 2, 2000
Suicide is rising at an alarming rate, particularly among the young in war torn, impoverished Algeria.
(MEBG) – Ali Aoun, director general of Saidal Group, has issued a strong warning about the negative effects of low-quality drugs in the Algerian market.
August 1, 2000
(MEBG) – The Algerian ministry of Post and Telecommunications confirmed that from now on local GSM cell-phone subscribers can use their regular sets abroad without a need to change their number.