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Algeria

Algerian military receives 400 vehicles

The Algerian military has taken delivery of more than 400 utility vehicles that were manufactured locally.

Exercise Phoenix Express 2018 kicks-off

Maritime forces from Europe, North Africa, and the United States began the 14th iteration of the multinational maritime exercise Phoenix Express 2018 on 3 May with an opening ceremony at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center (NMIOTC) in Souda Bay, Greece.

New mortars for Algeria

The Algerian military has taken into service W86 120 mm mortar systems. This was revealed during an inspection by the Army’s Chief of Staff Ahmed Gaid Saleh, who also viewed various other weapons in service with the Algerian military.

At least 15 migrants die after boat sinks off Algerian coast

At least 15 African migrants died on Sunday when their boat trying to reach Europe capsized off the Algerian coast, a coast guard official said.

Algeria worried about rise in illegal migrants as Europe tightens controls

Algeria expects to get more illegal migrants from sub-Saharan Africa after the European Union made it more difficult to reach Europe by boat, a senior official in the country’s interior ministry said on Thursday.
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