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Algerian journalist who covered protests sentenced to three years

10 August, 2020

Algerian journalist Khaled Drareni, who covered anti-government ‘Hirak’ protests, has been sentenced to three years imprisonment amid condemnation from human rights and press freedom groups.

Algeria economy rocked by one-two punch

09 August, 2020

Coronavirus and tumbling oil revenues have affected Algeria's economy.

Trial of Algerian journalist Khaled Drareni commences

04 August, 2020

The trial of Trial of Algerian journalist and press freedom advocate Khaled Drareni begins in Algiers today.

Algeria journalist 'press freedom' trial opens

03 August, 2020

The trial opened of Algerian journalist Khaled Drareni, who has become a figurehead of press freedom in the North African country, with the prosecution calling for a four-year prison term.

Algeria president orders probe into forest fires

02 August, 2020

Algeria's president ordered an "immediate" investigation into forest fires that have ravaged thousands of hectares across the country in recent days, his office said.

To fix Arab societies, just listen to Arab citizens

30 July, 2020

Comment: International actors like the UN who want to help should listen more earnestly to what Arab men, women, and desperate youth have been saying for decades, writes Rami Khouri.

Algerian journalist detained in latest crackdown on free speech

29 July, 2020

The ex-correspondent of France24 was detained in the capital Algiers.

Saudi FM discusses Libya with Algerian, Tunisian leaders

28 July, 2020

Saudi Arabia, Algeria and Tunisia took part in talks on the conflict in Libya on Tuesday.

Saudi foreign minister pays surprise visit to Algeria

28 July, 2020

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister paid a surprise visit to Algeria to meet with top officials.

Handpicking historians to discuss France-Algeria's colonial history won't help

23 July, 2020

Comment: Algeria and France are about to have a long overdue discussion about their colonial past. But will it be anything other than self-serving? Malia Bouattia considers the question.

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