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Thousands protest in Algeria, hoping to rekindle mass demos

Thousands of people demonstrated on Tuesday in the Algerian town of Kherrata to voice support for the Hirak protest movement that ousted Algeria’s veteran...

In Algerian mountains, army operation shows persistent militant threat

Algerian soldiers fired high-calibre rounds into a scrubby hillside of the Ain Defla mountains last week, part of an operation against the persistent threat...

Russian warship visits Algeria

A detachment of ships of the Russian navy’s Northern Fleet have concluded a visit to Algeria. The vessels, led by the frigate Admiral Kasatonov, completed...

Five killed in Algeria bomb explosion

Five people died and three others were wounded when a homemade bomb exploded in eastern Algeria on Thursday, the defense ministry said. The victims were...

Algeria frees former spy chief jailed during mass protests

An Algerian military appeals court on Saturday acquitted three top officials who were jailed in 2019 during mass protests, sources close to the officials...

Algeria rejects Trump’s stance on Western Sahara

Algeria on Saturday rejected a decision by outgoing US President Donald Trump to recognise Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara, saying the step would undermine...

Tunisia will accept deportees from France if judicial rights are guaranteed

Tunisia will accept all Tunisian migrants deported from France following the fatal stabbings at a church in Nice as long as all judicial appeals...

Algerian voters shun referendum aimed at ending political crisis

Fewer than one in four Algerian voters took part in Sunday’s constitutional referendum, officials said, despite government efforts to encourage high turnout as part...

Algeria receives additional MiG-29s

Algeria has apparently taken delivery of the first of 14 new MiG-29M/M2 aircraft it ordered from Russia in 2019. This is according to menadefense.net, which...

At least 140 Europe-bound migrants drown off Senegal coast: UN

At least 140 Europe-bound migrants drowned off the coast of Senegal when their boat caught fire and capsized, marking the deadliest shipwreck recorded this...


Are SANDF communicators losing the plot?

Apart from somewhat poor communication with its various external audiences, there also appears to be a lack of communication internally at the SA National...