Thinking of getting married in France? Think again you might be expected to wave the French flag.
Demonstrators shout slogans including "No elections with mafia gangs" and "a civil not a military state" a day after President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announced early elections on June 12.
A spring desert wind laced with radioactive dust has struck France, but it's nothing compared to what Algerians have faced as a result of France's testing of nuclear weapons in former colonies.
Thousands of Algerians demonstrated against the political and military elite across the country. The UN said it is "very concerned about the deteriorating human rights situation" during the protests.
The duo share a complex history, with no end in sight to the ongoing disruption in ties.
Protesters reportedly burnt tyres and blocked several roads in Ouargla after a court convicted blogger Ameur Guerrache who helped organise demonstrations against the marginalisation of the city’s inhabitants.
Algeria’s president has made token gestures to appease protestors and promised new elections, while being confronted with a popular movement that is a shadow of its former self.
Algeria is facing political and economic crises, with the coronavirus pandemic adding to the woes of an oil-dependent economy.
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announces a government reshuffle and orders the release of 60 detainees of a protest movement that forced his predecessor from power.
Experts believe that France’s nuclear past in Algeria should no longer remain buried deep in the sand.
In the era of the Abraham Accords, why is Algeria articulating fiercely pro-Palestinian positions?
The Saharawi army launched four rockets in the direction of Guerguerat along the security wall that separates Saharawi fighters from Moroccan forces in the desert territory.
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