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CAN 2015: list of the sixteen qualified countries

Here is the list of the sixteen countries qualified for the finals of the African Cup of Nations, CAN 2015, which will take place in Equatorial Guinea. ...
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President Bouteflika meets with his Turkish counterpart Erdogan

The President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika met yesterday Wednesday November 19, in Algiers with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is on an official two-day visit to Algeria. ...
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Mali (2-0) Algeria: first defeat of the Greens

The Greens bowed to the Malian selection yesterday in Bamako for the last day of the African Cup of Nations qualifiers (CAN-2015). Brahimi teammates who wanted to realize a sixth consecutive victory, ultimately failed after losing (2-0) in a match in which way they were often dominated. ...
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Erdogan on an official two-day visit to Algeria

The President of the Republic of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will start today an official two-day visit to Algeria (19 and 20 November 2014) at the invitation of the President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika, according to a statement of the Presidency of the Republic. ...
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Burkina Faso: Colonel Zida named Prime minister

Burkina Faso named Lieutenant Colonel Isaac Zida as prime minister, according to a decree read out on Wednesday by Alain Thierry Ouattara, deputy secretary general of the transitional government. ...
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Ten civilians killed near Egypt’s border with Ghaza

Ten civilians were killed overnight during fighting between the army and Islamist militants near Egypt's border with Ghaza, where the military has launched a crackdown in recent weeks, security and medical sources said on Wednesday. ...
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Traffic accidents: 31 killed and 1,064 wounded in a week (Civil Protection)

Algiers-Thirty-one (31) people were killed and 1,064 were injured in 883 traffic accidents registered across the country in a week (period from November 9 to 15), according to the APS agency quoting a report published Tuesday by civil protection services (civil defense). ...
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