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  1. Answers to the Questions Raised By a Journalist of El Moudjahid, Official Newspaper of the Government of the Algerian Democratic and People's Republic. May 29, 1975 by Il Sung Kim, 1975-01-01
  2. French and Algerian Identities from Colonial Times to the Present: A Century of Interaction by Alec G. Hargreaves, 1993-03
  3. Answers to the questions raised by a journalist of El Moudjahid,: Official newspaper of the Government of the Algerian Democratic and People's Republic, May 29, 1975 by Il-sŏng Kim, 1975
  4. Algeria National Football Team: Fédération Algérienne de Football, Front de Libération Nationale, French Colonial Empire, Tunisia, Government of France, Algerian War, Bulgaria National Football Team
  5. The Algerian Civil War by Luis Martinez, John Entelis, 2000-03-15
  6. Identity in Algerian Politics: The Legacy of Colonial Rule by J. N. C. Hill, 2009-05-30
  7. Unbowed: An Algerian Woman Confronts Islamic Fundamentalism (Critical Authors and Issues) by Khalida Messaoudi, Elisabeth Schemla (interviewer), 1998-05-01
  8. The International Dimension of the Failed Algerian Transition: Democracy Betrayed? (Perspectives on Democratic Practice) by Francesco Cavatorta, 2009-05-15
  9. Northern Ireland and the Algerian Analogy: Suitable Case for Gaullism? by Hugh Roberts, 1986-12
  10. France and the Algerian Conflict (Leeds Studies in Democratization) by Camille Bonora-Waisman, 2000-12
  11. The Post-Colonial Society: The Algerian Struggle for Economic, Social, and Political Change 1965-1990 (American University Studies. Series Xxi, Regional Studies, Vol 14) by Mohamed H. Abucar, 1996-05
  12. Algerian Crisis Policy Options for the West: Policy Options for the West (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) by Andrew Pierre, William B. Quandt, 1996-03
  13. Non-Alignment and Algerian Foreign Policy by Assassi Lassassi, 1988-09
  14. Algerian Reflections on Arab Crises (Middle East Monographs) by Ali El-Kenz, 1992-02

1. Nonviolence In Theory And Practice: Massive Protest Rocks Algerian Government
Nonviolence in Theory and Practice A newsfeed of recent and historical nonviolent direct actions from around the world.
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A newsfeed of recent and historical nonviolent direct actions from around the world.
Massive protest rocks Algerian government
Unrest threatens to engulf Algeria after hundreds of thousands march through the capital, Algiers, calling for an end to government repression. Algiers yesterday finally had a taste of the popular anger that has been seething in the Berger region in eastern Algeria when hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched through the capital demanding social justice and an end to repression. • Friday June 15 2001 by Mark Tran Algiers yesterday finally had a taste of the popular anger that has been seething in the Berger region in eastern Algeria when hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched through the capital demanding social justice and an end to repression. The demonstrations turned violent, when police fired live rounds at protesters. Two journalists covering the protests died when they were hit by a bus in the confusion and hundreds of people were injured. Informal estimates put the numbers of demonstrators as high as 500,000. Many had trekked from the Berber homeland in Kabylia in trucks, cars or buses. They assembled in Algiers in the early hours of the morning before marching under a blazing sun. Most were youths, carrying slogans such as "Murderous government", "Enough of this government" and "No Forgiveness in Kabylia".

2. Politics Of Algeria - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In keeping with its amended Constitution, the Algerian Government espouses participatory democracy and freemarket competition. The government has stated that it will continue to
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3. NationMaster - Algerian Government Statistics
Government statistics on Algeria. 90 facts and figures, stats and information on Algerian Government. Source All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008

4. BBC News | MIDDLE EAST | UK Minister Under Pressure In Algeria
A British minister tells the Algerian Government that the UK cannot act against terrorist suspects living there without having firm evidence.
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SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobiles/PDAs Feedback ... Low Graphics Wednesday, 26 September, 2001, 07:33 GMT 08:33 UK UK minister under pressure in Algeria
Algerian authorities are fighting Islamist militants
By North Africa correspondent David Bamford Ben Bradshaw, a UK Foreign Office Minister, says Britain does not want to be regarded as a haven for terrorists, but that it cannot act against suspects living in the UK without having firm evidence. Mr Bradshaw was speaking in Morocco, a day after the Algerian Government repeated to him its call for the UK authorities to expel Algerian Islamist militants implicated in violence against civilians in Algeria and France. Mr Bradshaw said that even before the 11 September attacks on New York and Washington, the UK Government took firm measures against terrorism by proscribing a number of organisations, including two Islamist groups using violence against civilians in Algeria, the GIA and the GSPC. Mr Bradshaw said the authorities would take legal action based on the anti-terrorism law whenever there was evidence that would stand up in court.

5. Algeria: History, Geography, Government, And Culture —
Information on Algeria — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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6. Algeria: Government —
Encyclopedia — Algeria Government. Algeria is governed under the constitution of 1976 as amended. The executive branch is headed by the president, who is popularly elected for a five

7. Algerian Government Vows To Wipe Out Terrorism Radio Netherlands
Algeria is determined to wipe out terrorism but still holds out a hand to Islamic extremists who renounce violence, according to a document attached to a speech Thursday by the

8. Algerian Government
Algeria government, national and regional authorities and governing bodies.

9. IHS Global Insight // Same-Day Analysis
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Algerian Government Keen to Buy Orascom's Mobile Unit
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After opposing a deal with MTN, the Algerian government now wants to buy Djezzy, Orascom's Algerian mobile unit.
IHS Global Insight Perspective Significance After a range of problems in Algeria, Orascom seems to have only one option to divest from the country with minimal hassle. Implications The operator was previously in plans to sell off its mobile operations to MTN; however, this was recently opposed by the Algerian government. Outlook The interest is likely to be the only feasible solution for Orascom; however, it is still not certain how much the Algerian government will pay. The Algerian government has issued a statement saying: "The Algerian state wants to buy (Orascom Telecom Algeria), and in its entirety," via communications minister Hamid Bessalah, reports Associated Press (AP). Orascom was previously in talks with Sub-Saharan mobile operator MTN; however, last week the Algerian government opposed the deal stating that: "Any transaction concerning OTA will be void...and could lead to the withdrawal of the telephone license granted to the company," (see Algeria: 29 April 2010: Algerian Government Opposes Djezzy Sale to MTN ). Prior to this, the Algerian government blocked Orascom from moving profits out of the country; further details on the matter were not provided. The operator has faced a range of battles with the regulator and government in the country. Other problems include a fine of US$597 million which was supposedly due to back taxes owed between 2008 and 2007. These problems stemmed from Orascom's construction unit selling its assets to French company Lafarge, without consulting the Algerian government; since then the operator has also faced anti-competitive behaviour issues and damage to its buildings after a football match between Egypt and Algeria.

10. Algeria - Government
Algeria gained its independence from France in 1962. Learn more about this interesing company.
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Government Algeria Country name: conventional long form: People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
conventional short form: Algeria
local short form: Al Jaza'ir
local long form: Al Jumhuriyah al Jaza'iriyah ad Dimuqratiyah ash Sha'biyah Government type: republic Capital: Algiers Administrative divisions: 48 provinces (wilayas, singular - wilaya); Adrar, Ain Defla, Ain Temouchent, Alger, Annaba, Batna, Bechar, Bejaia, Biskra, Blida, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Bouira, Boumerdes, Chlef, Constantine, Djelfa, El Bayadh, El Oued, El Tarf, Ghardaia, Guelma, Illizi, Jijel, Khenchela, Laghouat, Mascara, Medea, Mila, Mostaganem, M'Sila, Naama, Oran, Ouargla, Oum el Bouaghi, Relizane, Saida, Setif, Sidi Bel Abbes, Skikda, Souk Ahras, Tamanghasset, Tebessa, Tiaret, Tindouf, Tipaza, Tissemsilt, Tizi Ouzou, Tlemcen Independence: 5 July 1962 (from France) National holiday: Revolution Day, 1 November (1954)

11. Context Of 'Shortly After January 11, 1992 US Tacitly Supports
Context of 'Shortly After January 11, 1992 US Tacitly Supports Algerian Government’s Cancellation of Elections'

12. Governments On The WWW: Algeria
Links to websites of governmental institutions and political parties in Algeria.
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Algeria [ Jaza'ir ]
Official language: Arabic
National Institutions:
  • Ministry of Professional Training and Education
  • Ministry of Regional Planning and Environment
  • Ministry of Tourism and Handicraft
  • Ministry of Transport
  • Ministry of Youth and Sports
  • National Office of Statistics
  • National Archives of Algeria ...
  • Supreme Court
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    14. Algerian Government Fleet | Airfleets Aviation
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    15. More Details Needed On Algerian Government
    In The Pantagraph’s “Two detainees leave Guantanamo” (July 20), a story by The Associated Press reported that one detainee “is

    16. Algerian Government Denies Reports Of Former Gitmo Detainee's Mistreatment - The
    The Algerian government today denied reports that it was detaining and mistreating a former Guantanamo detainee. The exGitmo detainee, Abdul Aziz Naji, was repatriated to Algeria
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    The Algerian government today denied reports that it was detaining and mistreating a former Guantanamo detainee. The ex-Gitmo detainee, Abdul Aziz Naji, was repatriated to Algeria earlier this week. [See LWJ report: " Two Gitmo detainees transferred to Algeria, Cape Verde. Naji and his lawyers fought the transfer because they claimed Naji would be tortured or abused. After Naji's transfer, human rights groups claimed that Naji was possibly being mistreated. This prompted a response from the Algerians. "It is out of the question that this person has been detained in Algeria," Farouk Ksentini, chairman of the Algerian government's National Consultative Commission for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, said in an interview with Reuters Ksentini added, "I formally deny this information, which in my view does not make any sense." According to Reuters , Ksentini explained that he did not know Naji's current whereabouts.

    17. Algerian Government Is Seeking Advisers For Djezzy Purchase - Bloomberg
    The government of Algeria is seeking banks to assist in a purchase of Orascom Telecom Holding SAE’s local Djezzy unit.

    18. Algerian Government | Al Jazeera Blogs
    There will be no football played in Benguela tonight. After Ghana and Nigeria finish kicking a ball around a pitch in Luanda, attentions will turn away from the Angolan capital to
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    Algeria and Egypt set for turf war
    By Paul Rhys in Africa on January 27th, 2010 Photo from EPA There will be no football played in Benguela tonight.
    After Ghana and Nigeria finish kicking a ball around a pitch in Luanda, attentions will turn away from the Angolan capital to more weighty affairs in the south. Because Algeria are not taking on Egypt for a place in the Africa Cup of Nations final. The two are meeting in the theatre of combat.

    19. CNN Transcript - World Report: Algerian Government Makes Economic Progress Despi
    World Report Algerian Government Makes Economic Progress Despite Constant Fighting Aired October 29, 2000 233 p.m. ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT.

    20. Algerian Government Arrests Opposition Supporters
    Algerian government arrests opposition supporters, Algeria, Politics. Your source for Daily News about the Arabic world.
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    Algeria, Politics, 11/7/1997 While the political crisis between the government and the opposition parties is growing worse, the Algerian government started to arrest the opposition's supporters in order to weaken the popular support for the opposition.
    Meanwhile, the Algerian government promised to submit its human rights report within 3 months to the UN Human Rights Committee. This report will enable the Committee to check the commitment of the Algerian government with the International Charter of the Civil and Political Rights. The charter which was signed by Algeria prohibits torture, murder, and the random arrests.
    The UN Human Rights Committee had requested that Algeria submit this report after opposition bodies stated that the Algerian government applies diverse types of torture in prisons and that it runs random arrests. Some of the Algerian officers had applied for political asylum to France lately and confirmed that there are various types of torture in the Algerian prisons. Previous Stories:
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