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Algeria extends lockdown in 44 provinces amid coronavirus pandemic

29 May, 2020

Algeria has extended lockdown measures for 15 days in most of the country's provinces as the Covid-19 pandemic continues.

Algiers recalls France envoy over Hirak documentary controversy

28 May, 2020

A French documentary about the protest movement has created conflict between France and Algeria over its depiction of the government.

Algeria recalls France envoy after airing of protest documentaries

28 May, 2020

Algeria's interior ministry claimed the films were "in fact attacks on the Algerian people and its institutions" including the army.

Karim Tabbou not allowed to call family in prison

27 May, 2020

Karim Tabbou has reportedly been repeatedly prevented from phoning his family, and his lawyers are calling it a violation.

Algeria will not give up controversial coronavirus drug treatment

27 May, 2020

Algeria has continued the use of a drug whose use for Covid-19 treatment has been suspended by the World Health Organisation.

Coronavirus Pandemic: Positive stories of resilience and bravery

24 May, 2020

Top five stories highlighting the Middle East’s resilience in the face of the novel coronavirus this week.

The Middle East at war with coronavirus: Top stories

22 May, 2020

Muslims are preparing for a muted Eid as lockdown dampens upcoming celebrations, while Covid-19 funding for Yemen is at risk. Here's the latest.

A Ramadan like no other

21 May, 2020

Comment: Malia Bouattia contemplates what a Ramadan under lockdown can teach us about resistance to injustice, and resilience in times of adversity.

Covid-19: A dual punishment for Palestinian and Arab prisoners

20 May, 2020

Comment: An open letter from more than 150 personalities from the Arab world, calling for the release of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails and prisoners of conscience in the region.

Algerian courts give tough jail sentences to Facebook activists

20 May, 2020

Algerian courts have sentenced three activists to tough terms for publishing ‘insulting’ posts on Facebook amid accusations that the government is using coronavirus to clamp down on popular protests.

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