Tag: APS

Algerian news agency continues its fake news monologue

January 18, 2021

Algerian news agency refuses to pull its head from the sand as it continues to recycle fake news on an imaginary war in the Sahara. ... Read More

UN unveils another fake news circulated by Algerian APS

October 19, 2020

The UN has denied as false reports by Algeria’s state-run news agency Algerie Presse Service (APS) that Morocco “failed” to become a member of the ... Read More

Suicide Attack Hits Police Station in Eastern Algeria

February 27, 2017

Dozens were injured including three policemen during a suicide attack using an explosive belt against a police station in the eastern Algerian city of Constantine. ... Read More

France shames Algeria over Claims of Diplomatic Tension between Paris and Rabat

July 4, 2016

France flatly rejected on Saturday claims by the Algerian state-owned new agency APS that diplomatic tension between Paris and Rabat led to the postponement of ... Read More

Algeria: “No need for foreign stimulus package to overcome financial crisis”, Finance Minister

September 7, 2015

Algerian Finance Minister declared Sunday that despite current economic down-turn of the Algerian economy due to acute collapse of oil price, Algeria does not need ... Read More

Algeria: President orders to crackdown on ethnic unrest “with diligence and severity”

July 9, 2015

Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has issued orders to crackdown on the ethnic unrest that has shaken to southern city of Ghardaia following violent clashes between ... Read More

Algeria: Ailing Bouteflika clings to power despite incapacity to rule

July 6, 2015

Algerian President Abdel Aziz Bouteflika stunned Algerians and opposition parties when he affirmed in an address on Independence Day that he would continue ruling Algeria ... Read More

Algeria’s Disgraced Ex-Tycoon Khalifa Extradited Home from the UK

December 26, 2013

Former Algerian billionaire tycoon, Rafik Khalifa, has been extradited to his homeland after living in Britain for more than a decade. Once considered the "golden ... Read More