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Nicolas Sarkozy, profession : président de la France, escroc et criminel contre l’humanité

Elle est belle la République française ! L’ancien président français, Nicolas Sarkozy, est empêtré dans un scandale d’État sans précédent qui marquera l’histoire de la France. Un scandale de plus car, en effet, Sarkozy collectionne les affaires troubles depuis celle...

The Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI)

The Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI), located within the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, is a unique program designed to engage directly with and invest in the peoples of the Middle East and...

South Korean giants in Libya and Algeria

As Asian companies expand their global power and influence, the Monaco-based bribe factory Unaoil has been quick to sign them up to its corrupt business model. A trove of leaked emails from inside Unaoil show it working closely with Malaysia’s...

Algeria: Rachid Aouine Arrested for Ironic Facebook Post

Algerian authorities arrested a labor rights activist on March 1, 2015, based on ironic comments he made on Facebook. The activist, Rachid Aouine, is accused of “inciting an unarmed gathering” and could face up to one year in jail. Police arrested...

Protests Against Fracking in the Sahara Desert Are Spreading in Algeria

Anti-fracking protests have escalated in the small Algerian town of In Salah since the start of January, and have now spread to neighboring towns in the region. The demonstrations have continued despite the government's announcement that plans to tap shale gas...

On the Algerian Economy: A Widening Gap Between Resources and Achievements

Several weeks ago, Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal revealed that the 2015–2019 five-year plan for the country had been finalized. It follows the 2010–2014 plan, for which the government had allocated $286 billion from the public budget. With no...

IS in Algeria: serious threat or publicity stunt?

The latest act of violence may be part of a pattern of opportunist 'career advancement' for the leader of Jund El Khalifa, rather than an indication of real IS presence in Algeria. On Sunday 21 September, a group claiming affiliation...

Are there lessons to be learnt from Algeria’s past?

Almost two months after the start of the coalition’s military intervention, ISIL maintains strongholds in Iraq and Syria. The bombings have, at least, slowed the jihadist group’s expansion and reduced their assets, but realistically these tactics have no prospect...

3 TV series about Algeria from CNN

3 séries about Algeria from CNN ; http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/international/2014/11/05/spc-inside-the-middle-east-algiers-a.cnn.html http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/international/2014/11/05/spc-inside-the-middle-east-algiers-b.cnn.html http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/international/2014/11/05/spc-inside-the-middle-east-algiers-c.cnn.html

SONATRACH, fifty years later

By Hocine Malti In a few days, Sonatrach, the Algerian energy company, will celebrate its 50th anniversary. I am not sure how to begin reflecting upon its half century of history. Should 31 December be cause for celebration? Or...
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«J’ai honte d’être juif»

André Nouschi André Nouschi Pour vous, c’est shabbat qui devait être un jour de paix mais qui est celui de...
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