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Man arrested in March 17 murder of Algiers father of 3.

Curtis Delmore, 22, was booked Wednesday on a charge of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Verrick Bills.

- Times-Picayune - US

Ex-Libya exporters seek new market in Algeria.

Maltese manufacturers are looking at Algeria to replace lost business in Libya as the country remains plagued with instability. Algeria ranked first for new markets in the profiling exercise of manufacturing companies conducted by Trade Malta, a partnership between the government and the Malta Chamber of Commerce, ...

- timesofmalta.com - MT

Carjacking a trackable car gets Algiers man 20-year sentence for armed robbery.

Joseph Devore, 22, pleads guilty as charged to four counts related to a July 2016 carjacking.

- Times-Picayune - US

Man reports his mother raped by stranger after leaving Marigny bar: NOPD.

NOPD took two reports of rape Sunday, March 26, 2017, one from Algiers and the other from the Marigny.

- Times-Picayune - US

Man wanted for armed threat during Algiers fight: NOPD.

Roland Hansen, 19, allegedly got into a physical altercation with the victim near the intersection of Pace Boulevard and Lamarque Street around 3:10 p.m. March 20, police said.

- Times-Picayune - US

Algeria To Ramp Up Production By 14 Percent In Four Years.

Algeria's state oil company released plans to ramp up production by 14 percent by in four years while making massive investment in the nation's struggling energy sector, according to a new report by The National. The Sonatrach Group has budgeted $9 billion for the 2017-2021 term to hunt for new oil and gas reserves in ...

- OilPrice.com - US

Algeria's Sonatrach to Invest $50 Billion, Boost Oil Output.

Sonatrach Group plans to boost crude output by 14% in the four years to 2019 and invest billions of dollars in exploration.

- Rigzone.com - US

Exclusive: Liberty House mulls stake in troubled Italian steel mill - sources | Reuters.

By Clara Denina and Maytaal Angel | LONDON LONDON Liberty House, the industrial and commodities group that is buying up steel assets around the world, is considering investing in the troubled Italian Piombino mill as the global market picks up from a slump, two sources close to the matter said.The mill is owned by Algeria's ...

- Firstpost - IN

Watch: Algeria, where are your Jews?.

UN Watch head Hillel Neuer calls out Muslim nations accusing Israel of Apartheid at UNHRC. 'Algeria had 140,000 Jews.'

- Arutz Sheva - IL

Germany Deports Native-Born Terrorism Suspects, In A First.

The two men were born in Germany but don't have citizenship; their families are from Algeria and Nigeria. German officials say it's the first time the government is taking such a step.

- NPR - US

In A First, Germany Deports Native-Born Terrorism Suspects.

The two men were born in Germany but don't have citizenship; their families are from Algeria and Nigeria. German officials say it's the first time the government is taking such a step.

- NPR - US

Algeria: president Bouteflika reappears on television

On February 20 he cancelled meeting with Merkel due to health

- ANSA - IT

EU and N. Africa ministers meet in Rome on migration

Interior ministers from Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Malta, Slovenia and Switzerland, along with EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos, are in Rome on Monday to discuss migration with their north African counterparts from Algeria, Libya and Tunisia. Some 15,500 people have arrived in Italy from the north coast ...

- EU Observer - EU

Algeria president makes video appearance after month of health rumors

ALGIERS - Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika appeared in a video on Sunday for the first time in a month since his abrupt cancellation of a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Algiers triggered speculation over his health.

- Reuters - US

Visit to NATO by the state Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Algeria

The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg, will meet the state Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Algeria, Mr. Ramtane Lamamra, at NATO Headquarters on Monday, 13 March 2017.

- NATO - INT

Algeria: Don't Prosecute a Writer for Insulting Islam

– Algeria's prosecutor's office should drop its criminal blasphemy investigation of a writer over his 2016 novel, Human Rights Watch said today. The Algerian authorities should uphold freedom of expression and take immediate steps to abolish the blasphemy law. Expand Algerian novelist Anouar Rahmani.  © 2017 Anouar ...

- Human Rights Watch - US

An Overview of Algeria's Upcoming Elections

A primer on Algeria's upcoming legislative elections, parliament, candidates, and registered voters. | عربي

- Carnegie Endowment - US

Algeria, Still Avoiding Austerity

While preparing the population for austerity measures, the Algerian government is still scrambling for alternatives to avoid them. | عربي

- Carnegie Endowment - US

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