Algeria

June 22, 2003

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A woman's body was found on Saturday under rubble at Dellys, east of the capital Algiers, one month after the devastating earthquake of May 21, the in

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The Levant region is poised for a double-digit growth in Personal Computer (PC) sales for 2003 with the total market penetration projected to rise to 693,000 units, totaling over $560 million, a growt

June 18, 2003

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Fifteen European tourists being held in an isolated area of the Sahara Desert by an armed group are still alive, Algerian President Abdelaziz Boutefli

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A Turkish court on Tuesday sentenced two young men and a woman to life behind bars for a satanic ritual murder, which the trio believed would prevent

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The Algerian army chief of staff, General Mohammed Lamari, said the number of armed militants in Algeria has dropped to only 700 from a peak of 27,000

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A top member of Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda network bought 1,000 sets of radio equipment in Japan in 1995, some of which were used in a 1995 assassinat

June 17, 2003

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The organizing committee for the Alexandria Song Festival in Egypt have announced that they will present Algerian singer Warda with an honorary award along with a number of selected prominent singers

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Drilling has commenced on MLE-3 well, on First Calgary Petroleums' Ledjmet Block 405b in Algeria. Results from this well will further appraise natural gas and condensate discoveries made by the MLE-1

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Rockwell Collins has announced that its avionics company will provide Egypt Air with equipment for the carrier's seven new Airbus A330 aircraft. Delivery is scheduled between June 2004 and February 20

June 16, 2003

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Algeria and Morocco have agreed on Sunday to establish three committees with a view to enable both countries to maintain contacts geared towards boost

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Egyptian singer Amr Diab is scheduled to begin shotting three different films at the same time in October, in which he will need the participation of 1000 young dancers

June 15, 2003

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Moroccan Foreign Minister Muhammad Benaissa on Saturday held talks with Algerian officials, aimed at strengthening bilateral relations troubled by the

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A British envoy is due to arrive in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum on Sunday in a fresh bid to explore prospects of pressing ahead with conciliation

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Damascus Radio said Saturday that just a few days following the Aqaba Summit, in which Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon announced his acceptance of

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The World Bank’s board of directors voiced their support for a three-year business plan for the government of Algeria aimed at supporting the broad spectrum of reform undertaken by Algerian leadership