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What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Algeria?
Algeria is a sovereign nation situated along the Mediterranean coast in North Africa. With a land area of 919,595 square miles, Algeria ranks as the largest country in Africa, and the tenth largest in the world. The country neighbors several North African nations such as Mali, Tunisia, Morocco, Nige
Most powerful militaries in the world: US, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, North Korea
US Marines with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit fire an M777 Howitzer during a fire mission in northern Syria as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, March 24, 2017. President Donald Trump has emphasized military might during his first year in office, but the US is not the only country seeking to
11 surface-to-air missiles discovered in Algeria
The Algerian Security forces have discovered a weapons cache containing 11 surface-to-air missiles near the country’s border with Mali, the defense ministry announced yesterday.
CAF CL: Vipers goalie eyeing a better performance in Algeria
Vipers’ youngster Bashir Sekagya is delighted to be playing at Africa’s premier club championship – the CAF Champions League. Sekagya was handed his debut last month when the venoms travelled to Sudan to face El merreikh.
Algeria to stop seed potato imports in 2021, minister says
In Algeria, the Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries Abdelkader Bouazghi is reported as saying on Saturday that “Algeria will stop the import of potato seeds in 2021.”
Climate change is already deepening the refugee crisis
The U.S. military views climate change as a threat multiplier, one that is likely to worsen already existing weaknesses of government and poverty. Why it matters: Internal and external climate displacement is already occurring. Depending how quickly and significantly temperatures rise, the specter o
Algeria Resorts to Printing Press to Fix Budget Deficit
The Algerian government has resorted again to the printing press to inject in the market over 4,000 billion dinars, the equivalent of 20% of the country’s GDP, to deal with the 2018 budget deficit.
CAF CL: Taddeo out, as SSerunkuma, Wafula lead Vipers attack to Algeria
Vipers Sports Club will miss their inspirational hard-tackling midfielder Taddeo Lwanga in their first leg of the first round CAF Champions League game against CS Constantine. The venoms travel on Wednesday evening for the tough fixture without their skipper who is suspended.
Sovac starts assembling SKD kits for Audi in Algeria
Audi has begun assembling vehicles at the Relizane plant run by its long-time Algerian partner, Sovac, from semi-knockdown (SKD) kits prepared at the OEM’s Ingolstadt plant in Germany.
Confederation Cup: Enugu Rangers hold USM Bel-Abbes
Enugu Rangers retain control over their Caf Confederation Cup destiny after surviving the hosts’ scare to earn a 0-0 draw with USM Bel Abbes in Algeria. The north Africans who dismissed Liberia’s LISCR from the competition came into the encounter with the ambition of silencing the reigning Federatio
Fighting Corruption in Algeria: Turning Words into Action
In November, Secretary-general Haba El-Okb gave a speech on behalf of the Algerian President acknowledging Algeria’s widespread issue of corruption at a provincial governors’ conference held in Algiers. Through his proxy, Bouteflika warned that “bribery, nepotism, suffering, and iniquitous bureaucra
Vipers depart for Algeria ahead of Champions League clash
ENTEBBE – On Wednesday afternoon, StarTimes Uganda Premier League defending champions, Vipers SC departed the country ahead of their CAF Champions League clash away to CS Constantine.
Pope Francis: martyrs of Algeria sign of brotherhood for the world
As Father Pierre Claverie and 18 other martyrs were Beatified on Saturday 8 December in Algeria, Pope Francis sent a message to the Algerian people. In a message to the people of Algeria, Pope Francis urged them to go forward in healing the wounds of the past and nurturing a culture of encounter and
Catholic Monks, Nuns And Others Killed In Algeria’s Civil War Are Beatified
A cardinal dispatched by the Vatican to Algeria has held an unusual beatification ceremony for 19 monks, nuns and other Roman Catholics who were killed during Algeria’s civil war in the 1990s.
Discovery of ancient stone tools in Algeria may rewrite human history
If you thought history was set in stone, you were most definitely wrong. A recent archaeological discovery - published in the journal Science - suggests humans first arrived in North Africa 600,000 years earlier than previously thought.
Algeria Solar Energy Market 2023: Production, Sales and Consumption Volume, Industry Comparison Analysis & Forecast
The report titled Global Algeria Solar Energy Market covers definition, applications, classification, value chain structure and market performance by key leading countries/regions. In a detailed research methodology – wise, the Algeria Solar Energy analysis with various aspects corresponding to the
Algeria to innovate in infrastructures as it vows to join China’s Belt and Road Initiative
NEWSROOM (ADV) – The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative will prompt Algeria to increase and upgrade its transport logistics platforms to benefit from the expected growing traffic from global trade, said experts and authorities Saturday.
The Ongoing Cold War Between Morocco And Algeria – Analysis
In his speech of November 6, 2018, King Mohammed VI extended a hand for peace and goodwill to the Algerian government, with the hope to start a new chapter of good relations. Nevertheless, the Algerian government did not respond to this initiative of friendship, so far. And a no answer posture is in
Catholic Church beatifies 19 Christians in Algeria
ALGIERS (Reuters) - The Roman Catholic Church in Algeria has beatified 19 Christians killed in a civil war in the 1990s including seven Trappist monks who were beheaded at their monastery by Islamist militants.
Murdered Trappist Monks Beatified in Algeria
Seven monks and twelve clergymen who were killed during the Algerian civil war have been beatified at a ceremony in the coastal city of Oran. Present at the mass was Brother Jean Pierre Schumacher - who was at the monastery from which the seven trappist monks were abducted and later beheaded.