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M'bolhi and Feghouli withdraw from Algeria squad for Portugal friendly

But the Algerian football federation, FAF, has said that M’bolhi of Saudi top-tier side Al-Ettifaq has requested to be excused from the national team while former West Ham midfielder Feghouli is injured.

SPORTING NEWS - 2018-05-25 15:22:25

Algeria's Sonatrach hopes for Exxon Mobil deal on shale gas

IN SALAH, Algeria (Reuters) - Algerian state energy firm Sonatrach is seeking cooperation with Exxon Mobil Corp on shale gas “and more”, Sonatrach’s CEO said on Thursday.

REUTERS UK - 2018-05-24 17:52:37

Algeria denies rights abuses in migrant expulsions

ALGIERS, Algeria –Algeria's government denies any human rights abuses against African migrants who have been expelled from the country in large numbers, refuting U.N. allegations.

FOXNEWS - 2018-05-24 16:07:47

Algeria plans customs duties from 60 to 200 pct on finished goods-document

ALGIERS, May 24 (Reuters) - Algeria plans to impose customs duties of 60 percent to 200 percent on finished goods, according to an official document seen by Reuters on Thursday, part of efforts to offset a fall in energy exports.

CNBC - 2018-05-24 11:55:00

Spain and Algeria agree on joint migration crackdown, while at Algeria’s southern border deported migrants perish in the desert

In the first trimester of 2018, the number of undocumented migrants of Algerian origin arriving on the Spanish coast at Andalusia was 170, a drop of 20% when compared to the 215 who arrived during the same period in 2017. During that year, over 2000 Algerian migrants landed on the Andalusian coast,


Algeria plans 60 to 200 pct customs duties on finished products

ALGIERS, May 24 (Reuters) - Algeria plans customs duties between 60 to 200 percent on finished goods, according to an official document seen by Reuters on Thursday, creating new revenues to offset lower energy earnings.


Algeria to expel 105 Malians over Ansar Eddine militant group: source

ALGIERS - Algeria will expel 105 Malians for being members of the Ansar Eddinemilitant group, an official source said on Wednesday, the first such action in the North African country against the group.


Algeria and the United Nations exchange blame in mass migration crisis - This Is Africa

Algeria is a key destination and transit country for many African migrants, mostly from Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso or Chad. However, the country has a history of anti-migrant discrimination and xenophobia and is one of the North African countries that refused to sign the protocol on the freedom of mo


Algeria's Sonatrach says no plans to buy more foreign refineries

ALGIERS, May 23 (Reuters) - Algerian state energy firm Sonatrach has no plans to buy another foreign refinery after purchasing the Augusta refinery in Italy, Chief Executive Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour said on Wednesday.


Algeria: Blogger who interviewed Israeli official faces death penalty

An Algerian blogger is to go on trial Thursday accused of collaborating with a foreign country and inciting an uprising, charges which carry the death penalty, his lawyer said.


U.N. criticizes Algeria for mass deportations of migrants

GENEVA/ALGIERS (Reuters) - The United Nations on Tuesday urged Algeria to stop rounding up and expelling sub-Saharan migrants, highlighting an influx of immigrants from Mali and Niger that Algeria says it needs U.N. help to address. Hassen Kacimi, a senior official at Algeria's Interior Ministry, t


UN Condemns Collective Expulsions of Migrants From Algeria

The U.N. human rights office is calling on the government of Algeria to stop the collective expulsions of thousands of migrants, mainly from sub-Saharan Africa, condemning this practice as a violation of international human rights law.


Press briefing note on Algeria and Libya

We call on the Government of Algeria to cease the collective expulsions of migrants, particularly from sub-Saharan African countries. While exact figures are difficult to obtain, the number of people expelled is believed to run into many thousands.


From camels to catfish, Algeria boosts fish farming in the Sahara...

TOUGGOURT, Algeria (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In a corner of his sprawling farm, Milouda Mohammed proudly unveiled his latest venture - a pond full of catfish that could herald a new future for farmers like him on the Sahara desert.


Algeria's Islamist opposition urges national consensus on economic...

Abderrazak Makri, the leader of Algeria Islamist political party, the Movement of Society for Peace (MSP) is pictured in Algiers, Algeria May 18, 2018. REUTERS/Ramzi Boudina


Ghana coach Cobblah confident of victory over Algeria in U20 qualifier

Cobblah, however, admitted that he is facing injury concerns in camp ahead of the game but hopeful everyone would be passed fit.


In Algeria, a football team films their bus getting attacked

Algeria’s football stadiums are known for recurrent scenes of violence. Not a week goes by without a match ending with supporters swarming the pitch, or a fight between fans. The tension rises in particular as the season draws to its close, when the stakes rise as clubs play for their place in the p


Round Five for President Bouteflika? | Global Risk Insights

Despite serious health problems, Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika may stand for a fifth term in office, leaving many to question if the country’s political elite are bereft of a feasible transition plan.

GLOBALRISKINSIGHTS.COM - 2018-05-25 13:10:51

Algeria : The Rebound In Oil Prices Is Positive But Not Sufficient

Global oil prices have rebounded since the beginning of the year, averaging USD 70 per barrel, up from USD 54 in 2017. If it is difficult to say if the current dynamic will last, it is necessarily good news for the Algerian economy as hydrocarbon sector accounts for almost the totality of exports an


Beijing Says Qaddafi Officials Sought Chinese Arms Supplies

Documents obtained by The Globe and Mail show that state-controlled Chinese arms manufacturers were prepared to sell weapons and ammunition worth at least $200-million to the embattled Col. Gadhafi in late July, a violation of United Nations sanctions.The documents suggest that Beijing and other gov

CHINADIGITALTIMES.NET - 2018-05-25 00:00:00