Algeria

January 25, 2004

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Algerian singer Fula has filed a lawsuit against the Music Production Company Rotana after the company cancelled her contract, demanding that she receives all her legal rights

January 24, 2004

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Secretary of State Colin Powell said Saturday that Iraq may not have possessed weapons of mass destruction.

January 21, 2004

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Six Iraqis, several American soldiers and a Turkish driver were injured Wednesday when their patrol was hit by a huge explosion in the northern Iraqi

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Italy’s Pirelli has been awarded two major contracts valued at $20 million for the provision of overhead optical cable systems in Algeria. The contracts have been signed with the system integrator Tel

January 20, 2004

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At least 20 people were killed and more than 70 wounded in a huge explosion that destroyed a liquefied natural gas plant in Skikda, eastern Algeria, r

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U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan promised U.S. and Iraqi leaders Monday he would weigh their request to dispatch a U.N. team to study if Iraq could h

January 19, 2004

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The Algerian Health Ministry "categorically" denied Sunday the rumours about the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) in the country.

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Kuwait’s Global Investment House (GIH) launched two new funds today, the Global US Equity Index Fund, and the Global European Equity Index Fund, stated a press release.   Indexing is an investment st

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France’s Lesaffre Company has announced plans to open a yeast production plant in Algiers, Algeria. The firm is expected to invest €20 million into the facility, which is forecasted to create hundreds

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Despite the United State’s tough economic sanction campaign against Syria, officials are suggesting that investigations implicating the Arab state in terrorist funding schemes have been abandoned in o

January 17, 2004

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Algerian singer Warda has begun holding extensive working sessions with numerous Egyptian composers and poets to choose the songs for her first album after a two-year absence

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Egyptian singer Shireen denied strongly the most recent circulating rumors that she and Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker have secretly gotten married

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The Spanish electricity provider Union Fenosa, in association with a US company, has won a contract worth up to $1.5 billion from the US army to provide infrastructure in Iraq and 24 other countries.

January 15, 2004

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The head of Algeria's banned Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) on Thursday disclosed his plan for ending the 12-year crisis in the north African nation, c

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A series of new steps have been declared Wednesday by Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, at the opening of the national convention on the small