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Algerian protesters jailed

A court in Algeria sentenced 21 protesters to six months in jail for “undermining national unity”, official media reported, a month ahead of a...

Mass Algerian protest marks uprising anniversary

More than 100 000 Algerians, double the number attending weekly protests, marched on Friday to demand a purge of the ruling hierarchy and an...

Algerian protesters march in defiance of “The Power”

Riad Mostefai has marched through the capital of Algeria every Friday since February to demand a purge of the ruling hierarchy, an end to...

Journalist detained in Algeria

A court in Algeria ordered the detention of a journalist and activist on charges of “undermining the morale of the army”, according to a...

Algerians demand the military quits politics

Thousands of Algerian protesters chanted slogan demanding the army quits politics, a purge of the ruling elite, an end to corruption and the release...

Algerian patrol boat deliveries nearly concluded

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France’s Ocea has nearly fulfilled Algeria’s order for ten FPB 98 patrol boats, having delivered six, with the seventh to follow shortly. The third vessel,...

Ex-Algerian intelligence chiefs jailed

A military court in Algeria jailed for 15 years two former intelligence chiefs, the brother of a former president and the leader of a...

Algerian political boss detained

Algeria detained the leader of its former ruling party, as authorities strove to quell months of mass protests ahead of a December election. The...

Moves to limit Algiers protests

Algeria’s army chief ordered buses and cars bringing protesters to the capital stopped and seized, the latest measure aimed at quelling weekly demonstrations demanding...

Protesters reject Algerian election announcement

Hundreds of Algerians marched against an election called for December, chanting “we will not vote until the regime men are removed”. The planned vote...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...