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Scores dead in Algeria plane crash
11 Apr 2018
An Algerian military plane crashed near an airport outside the capital Algiers on Wednesday (April 11), killing at least 100 people according to local media.
Massive bore pipes wash up on the English coast
11 Aug 2017
Large Norwegian-made bore pipes on their way to Algeria are found wash up on England's Norfolk coast.
Hundreds of West African migrants deported from Algeria
27 Dec 2016
Hundreds of West African migrants continue to be forcibly deported from Algeria every week. Many are rounded up in the capital Algiers and bussed to Agadez - over 2,600km to the country’s south.
Gambians herald 'new independence' after Jammeh defeat
3 Dec 2016
Gambians celebrate on Twitter after long time President Jammeh is beaten in elections.
OPEC agrees to cut oil production
29 Sep 2016
OPEC, the world's largest bloc of oil-producing countries, has decided to reduce output by 750,000 barrels a day to stabilise falling global oil prices.
OPEC in Algiers: Will the meeting deliver?
26 Sep 2016
Richard Gorry, Asia managing director at JBC Energy, discusses what to expect from the OPEC meeting in Algiers, a potential cut in oil output from the Saudis and his outlook for the commodity.
'Hillary Clinton's 'body double' speaks out'
14 Sep 2016