July 9, 2000
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
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
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.
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
Nine civilians were killed and 13 others were injured in two days of violence this week by suspected Islamic extremists, newspaper reports said Saturd
The Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) will not increase production levels unless there is a "demand or expressed need," Algeria's M
OPEC president Ali Rodriguez-Araque on Friday dismissed talk of individual member nations unilaterally increasing oil output as "pure speculation". "D
July 4, 2000
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
A group of Algerian intellectuals and journalists who returned to Algiers Monday from a controversial trip to Israel were confronted by Islamic demons
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
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
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
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
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
Four people were murdered in two attacks by suspected armed Islamist groups southwest of the capital Algiers, newspapers reported on Wednesday. Three