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Sonatrach Aims To Reform Algiers Energy Laws.

Algerian oil and gas laws need an upgrade if it is to attract foreign investors, according to the North African country's government petroleum company, Sonatrach. Sonatrach CEO Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour told reporters that the current legal framework needs updating and strengthening for it to be a suitable competitive ...

- OilPrice.com - US

Algeria's Sonatrach Chief Urges Oil Industry Reforms.

Algeria needs to change the laws governing its oil and gas industry to attract foreign oil investors, Sonatrach's chief says.

- Rigzone.com - US

Algeria's Sonatrach To Boost Output From Rhourde El Baguel Field.

Sonatrach will boost gas output by 10 million cubic metres per day at its giant Hassi Messaoud field.

- Rigzone.com - US

News24.com | In Algeria, taboos and law deter organ donors.

By donating one of her kidneys, Nawel gave her husband Boubaker Ziani a new lease on life after he had undergone 16 years of dialysis.

- News24.com - ZA

Shipping movements.

The following ships are expected in Malta: The CMA CGM Titan from Suez to Valencia, the APL California from Koper to Damietta, the Okee Ann Mari from Algiers to Mersin, the Durande from Tanger Med to Odessa , the Northern Guard from Port Said to Casablanca, the Cardiff from Antwerp to Piraeus, the Safmarine Nakuru from ...

- timesofmalta.com - MT

In Algeria, taboos, law deter organ donors.

By donating one of her kidneys, Nawel gave her husband Boubaker Ziani a new lease on life after he had undergone 16 years of dialysis.

- The Daily Star - LB

Algeria gets needle from Chinese medicine.

FOR Abdelatif Benmeradi, a 35-year-old Algerian suffering from a herniated disc problem, acupuncture treatment is a better alternative to taking drugs. Though his country is far away from China, the home of acupuncture, Benmeradi has been able to receive treatment at a local hospital where visiting Chinese doctors treat ...

- Shanghai Daily - CN

Algerian Minister of Industry Meets with Head of European Union Mission in Algeria.

Algerian Minister of Industry Meets with Head of European Union Mission in Algeria...

- MENAFN - JO

News24.com | Algeria finds sect leader guilty of 'offending Islam'.

An Algerian court found the head of the country's tiny Ahmadi community guilty of "offending Islam" and handed him a six-month suspended sentence, his lawyer has said.

- News24.com - ZA

Magical Morocco: Camels, casbahs and more.

Our two rows of camels rested in the darkness before dawn near the circle of tents in the towering Erg Chebbi dunes, a few miles from Morocco's border with Algeria. The cool air carried the aroma of coffee brewing as the sky began to lighten.

- Stuff - NZ

Ahmadiyya community's local head convicted of blasphemy in Algeria.

Mohamed Fali was handed a six-month suspended sentence The post Ahmadiyya community's local head convicted of blasphemy in Algeria appeared first on The Express Tribune.

- The Express Tribune - PK

News24.com | Watchdog says Algerian journalist jailed 100 days 'too many'

Press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders has denounced Algeria's arrest since June of a freelance journalist and fixer as "100 days too many" and demanded his release.

- News24.com - ZA

Return of 'Mr Dirty Work' spurs questions in Algeria

Surprising comeback of Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia could herald the start of a deep austerity programme, analysts say.

- Al Jazeera - QA

Children, youth on the move across Mediterranean at risk of exploitation

Source: International Organization for Migration, UN Children's Fund Country: Afghanistan, Algeria, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Chad, China, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, France, Gambia, Germany, Guinea, Iran , Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, ...

- ReliefWeb - INT

Reconstructing local orders in Mali: Historical perspectives and future challenges

Nearly two years since Malian armed groups were brought to the negotiating table in Algiers to sign a contentious peace agreement with the government in Bamako, there appears to be little peace to be found. The 2012 Tuareg rebellion—the country's fourth since independence—shook Mali and brought down the government of ...

- Brookings - US

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