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Algeria rejects military action in Libya, ready to sponsor peace agreement
Algeria has so far reported 3,256 COVID-19 cases and a death toll of 419.
These protests continue through 2020, affecting Egypt’s foreign policy, either directly or indirectly. In this article, Daily News Egypt views those protests, in addition to the impact of US-Iran escalation on the uprisings in Iraq and Lebanon.
The death of the Algerian Lieutenant-General comes as protests are still ongoing
In April, Bouteflika had resigned due to the mass protest. Deputy Minister of Defense, Ahmed Gaid Salah, demanded for him to be declared unfit for office.
Tebboune announced his readiness to conciliate with the protesters saying that he would “extend his hand to the Hirak (the Algerian protests) for a dialogue to build a new Algeria.”
They were charged of corruption in two cases, namely car assembly plants and the secret funding of election campaign of ousted President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Five presidential candidates running for elections scheduled for 12 December; some of whom were senior officials under former president Abdelaziz Bouteflika
Election to replace ousted Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika scheduled for December 12
Hosts Tunisia face Cameroon in championship final
The Desert Warriors crowned their first AFCON title in 1990.
Protesters seek more freedoms, the removal of remaining symbols of old guard
In 2010, Belmadi was appointed as the head coach of Qatar Stars League’s Lekhwiya. In his first season with the club, he led them to the 2010/11 Qatar Stars League title, for the first time in the club’s history.
Egyptian fans would support Algeria in quarters
They stressed need for political solution to solve Libyan crisis
The atmosphere of Ramadan and the celebration of the coming of the holy month are similar in most Muslim countries, but there are details for each nation in their customs and traditions.
Protesters demanding removal of all Bouteflika’s men
Move follows constitutional rules but goes against protesters’ demands
Bouteflika resigned after six weeks of protests in Algeria
Algeria’s future was determined by its people, says US Department of State spokesperson
Algerian President announced major cabinet reshuffle, removing 21 ministers
Algeria’s army chief of staff has called on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika be declared unfit to rule after almost a month and a half of sweeping protests. “We must find a way out of this crisis within the framework of the constitution,” Lieutenant-General Ahmed Gaid Salah said on Algerian state-owned TV. Bouteflika previously announced that he …
Thirteen Algerian Syndicates refuse to cooperate with prime minister-designate
New Algerian Prime Minister Bedoui reportedly began talks to form new government
Algerian security forces detained 75 protesters, and 11 policemen suffered from minor injuries during last Friday’s demonstrations against the extension of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s fourth term, according to security forces. Several Algerian cities witnessed mass demonstrations after performing Friday prayer. Algerians called for a million-man march against the extension of Bouteflika’s fourth term, after …
Demonstrations against Bouteflika’s extension to his fourth term, demanding immediate political solution
Minister of Justice warns judges to remain neutral as civil disobedience spreads in country
In Sunday newspaper issues, Egyptian columnists followed the decision of the dismissal of Gamal Shaban, the director of Egyptian National Heart Institute. They also wrote about the International Women’s Day, which was celebrated last Friday, as well as the ongoing uprising in Algeria. In Al-Masry Al-Youm, Mohamed Amin wondered about the extent of Egyptian ministers’ …
Local Algerian media outlets announced that Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika returned to the country on Sunday, after undergoing medical check-up in Switzerland Bouteflika has ruled the country since 1999 and is currently bidding for a fifth term despite his deteriorating health. This led to mass protests across the country. Also on Sunday, Algeria’s ruling FLN …
Thousands of Algerians took to the streets of the capital for the third consecutive week on Friday to protest against the candidacy of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika for a fifth term. This came one day after Bouteflika warned Algerians on Thursday against domestic or foreign groups infiltrating or breaking through their marches. The Algerian authorities halted …