Algeria

July 9, 2000

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Australia's Broken Hill Proprietary has said it plans to develop the Algerian Ohanet fields, and for that purpose will invest $618 million of the estimated $1.03 billion development cost. The company

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Achieving market stability is the main objective of the Organisation of Oil Producing Countries (OPEC), the body's president, Ali Rodriguez, said Saturday at the opening ceremony of a meeting attended

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The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said Saturday it would not increase oil production for the time being, stressing that its main aim was to achieve market stability.

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ALGIERS, July 8 (AFP) - Achieving market stability is the main objective of the Organisation of Oil Producing Countries (OPEC)the body's president, Ali Rodriguez.

July 8, 2000

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Nine civilians were killed and 13 others were injured in two days of violence this week by suspected Islamic extremists, newspaper reports said Saturd

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The Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) will not increase production levels unless there is a "demand or expressed need," Algeria's M

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OPEC president Ali Rodriguez-Araque on Friday dismissed talk of individual member nations unilaterally increasing oil output as "pure speculation". "D

July 4, 2000

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Members of an American-based human rights group, Freedom House, arrived in Algiers on Monday to assess the situation there, reported the BBC.online.  

July 3, 2000

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A group of Algerian intellectuals and journalists who returned to Algiers Monday from a controversial trip to Israel were confronted by Islamic demons

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Experts from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are due to meet at the weekend in Algiers to prepare for a late September summit

July 2, 2000

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Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika and the private press have gone to war over a visit to Israel by a group of journalists, which the head of sta

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Algerian security forces have killed 17 Islamic extremists in two weekend sweeps, newspapers reported Sunday. Ten armed Islamists were killed in a swe

June 30, 2000

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A delegation from the French organization, Reporters Sans Frontiers (RSF) on Friday wound up a six-day visit to Algeria dogged by controversy. The RSF

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The World Bank announced on Wednesday a series of loans to Tunisia, Algeria and Mali to boost the economic situation in the three African countries, r

June 28, 2000

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Four people were murdered in two attacks by suspected armed Islamist groups southwest of the capital Algiers, newspapers reported on Wednesday. Three