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Football star Mahrez spotted in barefoot kick-about in Algeria

02 July, 2017

The Leicester City ace enjoyed a relaxing kick about in Algeria as speculation buzzes over his future at the former English Premier League winning club.

Berlin market attack suspect's body returned to Tunisia

01 July, 2017

The remains of a terror suspect killed while on the run in Italy land in Tunisia for burial in his home town of Oueslatia.

Salah coming to Liverpool is a pretty big deal

28 June, 2017

Blog: The record signing of Mohammad Salah brings Liverpool to a huge new market of potential fans - and shirt-buyers, notes Uri Levy.

France's colonial narrative no longer stands up

28 June, 2017

Comment: The reality of France's colonial exploits in Algeria runs contrary to its claims of being a country of reason, democracy and human rights, writes Warda Mohamed.

Jordan to cancel ‘marry the victim’ clause shielding rapists

24 June, 2017

In a key step toward reform, the kingdom is now poised to abolish a provision that exempts a rapist from punishment if he marries his victim

Academics protest after murder of Algerian professor

24 June, 2017

Standing in front of the higher education ministry, waving banners and chanting slogans, the academics condemned the rising cases of abuse in Algerian university campuses, demanding their lives be protected

#WeDemandQatar - the internet trolls Saudi demands

24 June, 2017

The rationale behind Saudi's demands are hard to comprehend, let-alone quantify. Twitter caught on, and could not resist taking a jab.

Outrage as father dangles toddler from tower 'for Facebook'

18 June, 2017

An Algerian man held his two-year-old son outside the window of a high-rise apartment block just to take photos for Facebook, it has emerged.

Algeria army kills three 'armed Islamists' in ongoing crackdown

18 June, 2017

Algeria's army said it had killed three armed Islamists and captured several others in an ongoing operation in the country's east on Sunday.

BAE 'sold mass-surveillance technology that enabled Arab Spring crackdowns'

15 June, 2017

BAE Systems worked with a Danish cyber-security company to create Orwellian mass surveillance technology that led to the mass imprisonment of activists involved in organising popular uprisings, says the BBC.

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