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Macron, Algeria and the white man's burden

05 January, 2018

Comment: Macron's suggestion that the antidote to Algerian woes is historical amnesia, is a deeply insulting example of continuing colonial attitudes, writes Malia Bouattia.

Algerian arrested for smashing 'haram' statue's breasts

21 December, 2017

Algerian police tried to stop the man, who was attempting to chisel off the statue’s breasts with a hammer, from continuing his damage.

The dilemmas of organ donation in Muslim countries

20 December, 2017

Interview: Professor Aziz El-Matri, a Tunisian kidney specialist and member of The Transplantation Society discusses organ donation in the Islamic tradition with Aziz El-Matri.

Algerians mock Salman-Trump 'bromance', trigger crisis with Saudi Arabia

19 December, 2017

Saudi Arabia's heavy-handed policies and perceived betrayal of Jerusalem and the Palestinian cause have turned much of the Arab public opinion against Riyadh, most recently in Algeria.

'Blue Whale Challenge’ hospitalises second teen in Algeria

17 December, 2017

The disturbing phenomenon, which originated in Russia, gives users 50 different challenges to fulfil, set by administrators. The final challenge is to commit suicide.

Egypt's Salah voted BBC African Footballer of the Year

13 December, 2017

Egypt's Mohamed Salah was named the BBC's African footballer of the year on Monday following a record number of votes.

Chinese rocket launches with first Algerian satellite on board

11 December, 2017

Alcomsat-1, Algeria's first telecommunications satellite, was successfully launched on board a Chinese rocket on Sunday night.

Thousands of IS fighters could return to Africa

11 December, 2017

More than 6,000 Africans who fought for IS in Iraq and Syria could return home, the African Union's top security official warned, calling on countries to prepare for the threat.

Islamic State is gone, but the tobacco industry remains

08 December, 2017

Comment: The tobacco industry's hold over Arab smokers may finally be cracking, writes Faisal Abualhassan.

Refugees face Libyan slave markets under proposed European law

07 December, 2017

Comment: New EU Commission reforms could see refugees returned to 'safe' countries that are anything but safe in reality, writes Matt Broomfield.

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