Last week’s strike by thousands of resident doctors across Algiers that raised the issue of hospital working conditions in the North African country is poised to be an ongoing protest until their demands are met.
At a recent conference held at his new office, new President and CEO of Sonelgaz Mohamed Arkab revealed that he had many challenges set in front of him, including financial issues, El Watan.com reported.
Algerian electronics manufacturer Condor Electronics recently announced plans to participate at IFA — the world's largest consumer electronics fair — in Berlin Sept. 1-6 for the second consecutive year, in alignment with its global growth strategies.
Demonstrating on behalf of “the disappeared” and despite police presence, approximately 30 relatives of missing persons successfully staged a public protest Aug. 30 on Boulevard Colonel Bougara near National Human Rights Council (CNDH) headquarters in Algiers.
Descended from a long line of butchers dating back to the 1700’s, Saïd scopes out the region’s largest livestock markets seven days a week, scouting cattle and sheep as owner of one of Algeria’s largest private abattoirs.
The week ending in Aug. 11, OPEC's crude oil reserves decreased by 8.9 million barrels to to 465.5 million barrels, which is a greater decrease than was previously expected of only 3.4 million barrels.
The recent funeral of Rédha Malek showed Said Bouteflika, adviser to the head of state, with the president of the FCE Ali Haddad and Algerian Prime Minister Abdelamadjid Tebboune in pictures that sparked reactions of all emotions from the public.