May 27, 2013
The Daily Star
13 on trial for child trafficking in Algeria
ALGIERS: Thirteen people, including dual nationality French-Algerians, went on trial in Algiers on Monday accused of kidnapping Algerian children and selling them for adoption in France.
Algerian gas instillation attack could see economies diversifying
The gas field attack in Algeria and the war against terrorism in northern Mali are leading the countries to take a new look at economic policies.
Malaysian National News Agency
Industry, Driving Force Behind Socioeconomic Development In Algeria
Since its independence, Algeria has focused on industry as a driving force for the development, especially through setting up major industrial hubs to rapidly acquire technology and expand industrial activities and promoting policies based on efficiency and profitability of the sector.
Inter Press Service
What is Stopping the Algerian Spring?
Despite the fact that the health of the six women and three men, who have been fasting for over a month now, are deteriorating rapidly, neither the government nor the justice ministry has shown any indication that they will meet the workers' demands.