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.
July 31, 2000
(MEBG) - ENI has been present in Algeria since 1981 and today accounts for about 5 percent of the country’s oil output. Its main oil fields are located in Bir Rebaa.
July 24, 2000
An Algerian civil security guard was killed and two other security agents wounded in separate attacks blamed on armed Islamist groups, press reports s
Algerian troops, backed by artillery and helicopter gun-ships, besieged the mountain hideouts of Islamic militants, amid militant attacks that have ki
July 23, 2000
At least 31 people, mostly civilians, have been killed in separate attacks by suspected Islamist rebels mounting a fresh campaign of terror across Alg
July 22, 2000
Nineteen people, mostly civilians, were killed and four others wounded in two days of unrest in Algeria, newspapers reported Saturday. Four people, in
July 20, 2000
Algeria deported 3,054 African immigrants in the first six months of this year, the Algerian news agency APS reported Thursday. They were detained at
July 19, 2000
(AFP, ALGIERS,) – Spanish President Jose Maria Aznar announced Tuesday his country planned to convert part of Algeria's external debt into investment.
July 18, 2000
A top French commander during the Algerian war of independence rejected Tuesday a charge he had used electric cables to torture a woman fighting with
July 16, 2000
(MEBG) –The European Union has announced that it will be allocating 23 million euros for the modernization of the Algerian financial sector, including the country’s treasury and central bank.
July 15, 2000
Algerian violence killed 14 people, including 10 members of security forces, in several attacks across the country, press reports said Saturday. An at
July 13, 2000
(AFP, ALGIERS) - Algeria will support any decision by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase oil production, Energy and Mines Minister Chakib Khelil said Wednesday.
Algeria will support any decision by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase oil production, Energy and Mines Minister Chakib Khelil said Wednesday.
Statements made this past weekend by Opec Secretary General Rilwanu Lukman suggested that the oil cartel is warming to a Saudi plan for an increase in crude supplies.
July 12, 2000
Islamic militants in Algeria killed seven soldiers and wounded two others when they ambushed a military convoy, reported Reuters, quoting local newspa