Tag: Algeria

Fearful of a new Hirak, Algeria bans music festivals

July 15, 2024

The Algerian regime has banned all music festivals across the country under the pretext of “solidarity with Gaza,” in a decision that many analysts see ... Read More

Algeria: Tebboune’s presidential re-election bid comes as no surprise

July 12, 2024

As was expected, the civilian façade of the Algerian military regime Abdelmedjid Tebboune has officially announced that he will bid for a second term during ... Read More

Algeria: Tebboune gets cold shoulder during visit to Tizi-Ouzou ahead of presidential election

July 11, 2024

Embattled Algerian President Abdelmajid Teboune has been snubbed by the residents of Tizi-Ouzou, stronghold of Kabyle people seeking independence and liberation from the yoke of ... Read More

Algeria: 12 Syrian migrants died of thirst & hunger in southern desert

July 9, 2024

Twelve Syrian migrants have been found dead in Algeria's southern desert province of Illizi, NGOs announced on Monday, saying that the Syrians died of thirst ... Read More

Algeria: Opposition party boycotts presidential election for harassment & unfair electoral competition

July 8, 2024

Algeria’s opposition party, the Rally for Culture and Democracy (RCD), has announced its decision to boycott the upcoming presidential election of Sept.07 due to lack ... Read More

Algeria’s inconsistent diplomacy loses Russia and the West

July 4, 2024

Algerian diplomacy’s inconsistency and blunders left the country in grey territory unable to win neither Russia’s trust, nor the West’s support. Russia Tebboune who braced ... Read More

Algeria arrests two journalists after critical report

July 3, 2024

Algeria arrested two journalists who reported about the discontent of an Algerian businesswoman at an event, in a new incident that shows the government’s zero ... Read More

Polisario camps, a tinderbox waiting to explode

June 29, 2024

The inhumane conditions imposed on thousands of Sahraouis held against their will in the Polisario-run camps of Tindouf in Algeria, coupled with a bloody crackdown ... Read More

Moroccan diplomacy outperforms Algeria in the Sahel- Wilson Center

June 28, 2024

For every step forward Morocco makes to foster ties with the Sahel, Algeria makes a step backwards, says an analysis published by the Washington-based Wilson ... Read More

Religious Freedom: U.S. denounces Algeria’s persecution & violation of religious minorities’ rights

June 27, 2024

The U.S. government has denounced the harassment and prosecution endured by religious minorities in Algeria, which continues to be included in the U.S. special Watch ... Read More