Algeria is a key actor in seeking to stabilize neighboring Libya, which has lacked a functioning government since the 2011 overthrow of Moamer Kadhafi and has become the main gateway for African migrants bound for Italy
(UPDATED) It represents a dramatic reversal from OPEC's Saudi-led strategy, introduced in 2014, of flooding the market to force out rivals, in particular US shale oil producers
The deals were signed by Algerian public companies Asmidal and Manal and Indonesia's Indorama Corporation
The bodies of 34 migrants, including 20 children, who were abandoned by people smugglers while trying to reach neighboring Algeria were found in the Niger desert last week
Authorities say a proposed package of constitutional reforms will strengthen democracy, but opponents doubt it will bring real change
The 35-year-old guard was at the venue of the Paris attacks and twice went inside to help terrified people get out as gunmen were killing concert-goers
Algerian militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar allegedly masterminded the 2013 siege of an Algerian gas plant in which 38 hostages, mainly Westerners, were killed
Families are asking that unidentified victims' remains be flown from Mali for burial
Talks are due to resume on Monday, April 13, in Algiers and focus on the formation of a government of national unity as well as security issues
The United Nations has said the talks would focus on the formation of a government of national unity, as well as security measures in Libya
A list published by the center which monitors extremist groups shows these 31 organizations are dotted across the world in an arc going from Algeria in the west to Indonesia in the east
The strikes come as peace talks continued in Morocco and a UN special envoy met both sides
Report: North African cities are leading the way as the continent and its growing middle class lay down 'solid economic roots' which are very appealing to investors
Envoys of 6 parties and 5 activists said their Algiers declaration,aim to send 'a strong, clear and united message on their commitment to consider dialogue as the only way forward and to reject violence'
A key Algerian opposition figure says the country has slumped into a power vacuum because of aging President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's ailing health.
(UPDATED) The French-language author and filmmaker was seen as a contender for the Nobel literature prize
The body of Abdelmalek Gouri, who claimed responsibility for the beheading of Frenchman Herve Gourdel, is identified after an operation in the town of Isser
Alton Nolen, 30, appears to have chosen his victims at random, with no immediate indication of a link with terrorism
US, Saudi and Emirati warplanes broaden their bombardment to target the oil installations in eastern Syria that have helped fund the jihadist group's brutal rise from rebel faction to alleged global threat
(UPDATED) President Francois Hollande vowed France would not give in to blackmail, saying the 'cruel and cowardly' murder of Herve Gourdel will only strengthen France's resolve to pursue its air war against the Islamic State group in Iraq
The Algerian group Jund al-Khilifa said in a video that they would kill French national Herve Pierre Gourdel unless Paris halts air strikes on the extremists in Iraq.
Three jihadist groups, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), Ansar Dine and MUJAO, in 2012 took control of much of the desert north of Mali, including the three main towns of Kidal, Gao and Timbuktu
French investigators scour through the debris of a shattered Air Algerie jetliner in Mali's remote desert north to get to the cause of the third global air disaster in eight days
Officials had reached Mali's remote, barren Gossi area described a scene of devastation littered with twisted and burnt fragments of the plane
The scale of the tragedy for some communities is becoming clear, as it emerged that 10 members of one French family died in the crash
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(UPDATED) The jet carrying 116 passengers is clearly identified even though it had 'disintegrated'
(7th UPDATE) Air Algerie confirms the plane crashed in Tilemsi, Mali. Reports indicate the wreckage has been found.
The 3-time champions looked to Andre Schuerrle and Mesut Ozil to get them past a gritty Algeria and reach the quarterfinals
Algeria put themselves in pole position to reach the World Cup knock-out stages for the first time, becoming the first African team to score 4 goals in a World Cup match
Manchester United misfit Marouane Fellaini came off the bench to inspire a dramatic Belgian fightback against Algeria
The 59-year-old victim is among the first two cases of the deadly MERS virus to be discovered in Algeria in late May
The 77-year-old, who was sitting in a wheelchair when he took his oath, has hardly been seen in public since the mini-stroke that confined him to hospital for 3 months last year
The attack occurs in a region east of Algiers, where discontent with newly-re-elected President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was most evident during the elections
Amnesty International has accused Algerian authorities of 'scaling the clampdown and showing they will not tolerate public criticism at any level'
Key figures from Algeria's political classes, the military and civil society groups have added their voices to a growing chorus of dissent over a new mandate for the veteran head of state
The C-130 Hercules aircraft was carrying 103 passengers
All died in early October after a failed attempt to reach Algeria that began in late September
Mokhtar Belmokhtar allegedly masterminded the deadly January siege at an Algerian gas plant
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A total of 8 Filipinos were killed and 1 remains missing after the hostage crisis at an Algerian gas field
The 8th Philippine fatality in Algeria is a male, the DFA says
A seventh worker from the Philippines has been confirmed killed in last week's siege by Islamic militants of a remote natural gas plant in Algeria, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Thursday
'The work is dangerous in itself. Whether you're in the North Sea or in Algeria, on an oil rig you work with pressure and explosives'
(UPDATED) Thirty-seven foreigners of eight different nationalities, as well as an Algerian, were killed by hostage-takers in a well-planned attack on a remote gas plant
Senate President Enrile offers to quit, but 11 senators vote to keep him in power. | A Tubbataha park official says the US Navy ship stuck in the reef ignored warnings to avoid the area. | 6 Filipinos are confirmed dead in the Algeria gas field hostage crisis.
'Whenever government troops tried to shoot at the enemy, we were used as human shields,' says a Filipino survivor of the bloodbath in Algeria
(3rd UPDATE) 4 other Filipinos are missing, says the Department of Foreign Affairs
French troops on Sunday, January 20, consolidated gains in Mali's Islamist-held north as Paris said the aim was its "total reconquest" and Canada, Germany and Russia offered vital aid for the offensive
Witnesses said 9 Japanese hostages had been executed and their bodies were among the 25