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Agriculture: towards creation of two Algerian-French joint ventures

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Abdelouahab Nouri, yesterday announced the creation soon of two Algerian-French joint ventures in the areas of beef and cereals. ...
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Discrimination between man and woman is only mistake (Bouteflika)

Algeria works to lay the foundations for the achievement of equality between women and men, said Tuesday the President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika. ...
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Bus accident in Laghouat: ten years in prison required against the driver

The bus driver who had caused the death of seventeen people in Laghouat end September, was sentenced to ten years of imprisonment, as required by the public prosecutor at the court of Aflou this Tuesday. The bus driver, considered the main cause of the accident, was under the effect of drugs. ...
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French Interior minister says won't resign over death of protester

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, a close political ally of President Francois Hollande, dismissed on Wednesday calls for his resignation after the death of a young ecology protester during clashes with police. ...
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France will never accept to admit defeat in its war against Algeria (minister)

"France refuses to hand over the remaining archives to Algeria or lingers to do. She will never hand over the archives that might disturb her," said the Minister of Mujahideen Mr. Tayeb Zitouni in an interview to the Algerian press Agency APS, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the war of liberation. ...
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Algeria to start new oil and gas bidding round

Algeria is preparing a new auction of oil and gas blocks, an official said on Wednesday, after the North African country awarded just four of 31 fields last month in the first attempt to lure foreign investors since 2011. ...
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Burkina Faso: protesters call for Compaore to step down

Hundreds of protesters marched in the capital of Burkina Faso on Friday demanding that President Blaise Compaore step down, a day after the military dissolved parliament and announced a transitional government in the face of violent mass protests. ...
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