Algeria

November 24, 2003

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Secretary of State Colin Powell is expected to pay official visits to Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia next month.

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Nineteen people arrested in connection with last week's bomb attacks against British targets in Istanbul were due to appear in court on Monday, Milliy

November 20, 2003

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The Algerian government set up for the year 2004 a large recruiting operation with a program of preliminary-employment agreements (CPE), a communiquי

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The International Atomic Energy Agency has identified Russia, China and Pakistan as probable suppliers of some of the technology Iran used to enrich u

November 18, 2003

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Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi has given a spectacular performance at the "Le Festival Fu Monde Arabe De Montreal" (The Montreal Arab World Music Festival), which took place in Canada on November 16,

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Enterprise Nationale d'industrie Petrochimique, the petrochemicals subsidiary of Algeria’s state energy company Sonatrach, has awarded Invensys a two million dollar contract to upgrade outdated facili

November 16, 2003

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The increase of wages for national education workers, in the shape of a "qualification compensation," is a decision made for all workers in this secto

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Moroccan ports posted a $200 Million turnover, i.e. a 2.9% rise against 2001, despite a 1% regress in traffic, said head of the ports authority (ODEP)

November 13, 2003

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Travellers on Emirates' new Airbus A340-500 will have more than 500 channels of inflight entertainment. The new eight million dollar information, communication and entertainment (ice) system available

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Sonatrach, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and partners Maersk Olie Algeriet and Eni Oil Algeria have reported a further exploration success in Algeria's prolific Berkine Basin.

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US-based production companies Fat Rock Entertainment and Layalina Productions have entered a five million dollar joint venture with Jordan’s Rubicon to produce a thirteen episode children’s series cre

November 7, 2003

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Algerian security forces have shot dead ten alleged armed Islamists in the western provinces of Algeria, <i>KUNA</i> reported Friday.

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The former president of the world’s oldest university al-Azhar, Ahmad Omar Hashem said on Friday that the national resistance against the occupation w

November 5, 2003

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Algerian President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika inaugurated Tuesday a 12.2 km bypass in Bouira city, along the East-West motorway, in addition to four access

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The Yemeni cabinet, led by Prime Minister Abdul-Qader Bajammal, approved on Tuesday the draft of sea border agreement between Yemen and Oman. The draf