September 8, 2003
Six people were killed, two reported missing and an estimated 30 injured after violent storms hit eastern Algeria, the country's media reported on Sun
The United Nations' nuclear watchdog is expected to call upon Iran to allow tougher, surprise inspections of its nuclear program, at a meeting opening
September 4, 2003
US troops exchanged fire with Iraqi fighters who threw at least six mortar rounds at them in downtown Tikrit, and arrested four people, including a su
First Calgary Petroleums (FCP) has reported that drilling operations have commenced on the MLE-4 appraisal well on the company’s Ledjmet Block 405b in Algeria and the testing program is now underway o
August 28, 2003
The Algerian cabinet has approved Wednesday the bills regarding to the projects related to the creation of the national education and training center
The general secretariat of the Arab revolutionary democratic dialogue forum held a meeting in Tripoli Tuesday night in the attendance of the hero of t
Algerian singer Warda has announced her plans to return back home to Algeria on a permanent basis. The renowned star said she intends on selling her Cairo apartment.
Egypt has decided to ban foreign belly dancers from performing the ancient act in the North African country, according to a recent report.
August 27, 2003
French President Jacques Chirac invited the Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to take part in the G8-Nepad partnership in New York. "A few month
According to a fact sheet released August 25, 2003 by the US State Department's Office of International Women's Issues, the US Agency for International Development has granted more than 34,000 micro-c
August 20, 2003
Fourteen Europeans freed from a six-month hostage ordeal in the Sahara desert have arrived in Germany.
In an immediate response to a bus bombing attack in Jerusalem, Israel froze all contacts with the Palestinian Authority, as well as the handover of tw
August 11, 2003
Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad arrived in Algiers late Sunday at the beginning of a three-day official visit for talks, focused mainly on
Iran confirmed on Monday that it would put on trial those members of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network in custody that Tehran has not been able to ex
July 31, 2003
One of a group of fifteen European tourists who were kidnapped in Algeria in March has reportedly died. German media have reported that 45 year-old