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Algeria is rounding up migrants, and not saying why

VICE News - 18 Oct 2017
TANGIER, Morocco — Throughout neighboring Algeria, police are indiscriminately rounding up West African migrants, loading them onto buses, and transporting them thousands of miles to the country's southern border, where they are deported to Niger.

Mikel, Ighalo ready to play in Algeria

Vanguard - 18 Oct 2017
Contrary to reports that China-based Super Eagles duo, John Obi Mikel and Odion Ighalo may not be needed by coach Gernot Rohr for their last World Cup qualification game in Algeria, both players are ready to make themselves available if called upon.

Algeria Adds Voice to Calls for OPEC to Continue Production Cuts

Wall Street Journal - 18 Oct 2017
LONDON—Algeria wants OPEC to prolong its production cuts, the country's state oil-company chief said, adding to expectations the cartel will keep withholding supplies from the market. “I think it is desirable and probable to conduct an extension ...

Algeria Sees Energy Law Amendment By End Of 2018

Rigzone - 16 Oct 2017
ALGIERS, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Algeria aims to amend its energy law in 2018 as it plans to improve contract terms to attract needed foreign investment, authorities said on Monday, giving the first timeline for a much-anticipated move. OPEC member and gas ...

EU wheat eases as Algeria tender fails to stir market

Reuters Africa - 18 Oct 2017
PARIS, Oct 18 (Reuters) - European wheat futures fell on Wednesday, adjusting to weakness in Chicago, in a subdued session during which news of a large purchase by Algeria failed to bring fresh impetus. December milling wheat on the Paris-based ...

Algeria denies reports of government reshuffle

Middle East Monitor (blog) - 18 Oct 2017
The reports came after Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika made minor cabinet reshuffle involving ministers of industry, trade and housing, two days after he had sacked former Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune and appointed Ahmed Ouyahia as ...

Madjer named new Algeria coach

World Soccer Talk - 18 Oct 2017
Algiers (AFP) – Algeria have brought back former player Rabah Madjer as their new national coach, succeeding the sacked Lucas Alcaraz, the Algerian federation confirmed on Wednesday. Madjer, 58, becomes the country's fifth national coach in three years ...

We want to win against Algeria – Rohr

Vanguard - 17 Oct 2017
However, Rohr insists he will take the game against Algeria seriously, but will also give a lot of players a chance to prove themselves. It means players like John Ogu, Oghenekaro Etebo, Kelechi Iheanacho, Anthony Nwakaeme, etc could start against the ...

Iran Deepening Ties With Brazil, Indonesia and Algeria

Financial Tribune - 17 Oct 2017
I ranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Masoud Karbasian discussed issues of mutual interest with his counterparts from Brazil, Indonesia and Algeria on Monday. On the last leg of his trip to Washington DC, Karbasian, met his counterparts on ...

First Global Logistics Wins CCC Project Contract from Egypt to Algeria

American Journal of Transportation - 18 Oct 2017
Business Development Manager, Mazen K. Sabry: “We have been working on the project from Egypt to Mila and Tamda in Algeria for CCC, one of the global construction giants and the largest engineering and construction company in the Middle East, for the ...

Algeria: Death sentence for Mokhtar Belmokhtar

Middle East Monitor (blog) - 16 Oct 2017
Algeria yesterday sentenced Mokhtar Belmokhtar, known as “Belaawer” (the One-Eyed), to death in absentia after finding him guilty of forming and leading a terrorist organisation and in possessing of, trading in and marketing weapons and ammunition.

Algeria ranked lowest in MENA for economic freedom

Middle East Monitor (blog) - 17 Oct 2017
Algeria is one of the worst countries in the world for economic freedom according the latest ranking issued in the Economic Freedom of the World: 2017 Annual Report. The figures, compiled by Canadian think tank the Fraser Institute, rank countries ...

Baboon burglars: Tribe of monkeys loot a fruit truck in Algeria

Al-Arabiya - 16 Oct 2017
In a rare incident, a group of wild monkeys attacked one of the cars loaded with fruit bags in Algeria. The monkeys pounced on the truck and took the fruit bags and ate their contents. The chaotic scene led to the road's closure. A video clip posted ...

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