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June 26, 2016

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A SCHOOL THAT TAKES OVER SHIPPING COMPANIES AND PORTS

The National Maritime College of Bou Ismail, Wilaya of Tipasa, organized the traditional output promotion of state engineers Marine Engineering ceremony.


The ceremony was held last Thursday in the same school attended by the Minister of Public Works and Transport, Boudjemâa Talai, the Director General of National Security, Major General Abdelghani Hamel, the Wali of"...

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June 26, 2016

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BILL IMPORT OF VEHICLES A decrease from 68%

The import bill of vehicles experienced a sharp decline in the first five months of the year, did yesterday namely the National Information and Customs Statistics Centre (CNIS). The cost of this bill was estimated to the end of May, to $ 555 million against $ 1.72 billion in the same period of 2015, a decrease of 1.165 billion (-68% ). The quantities imported vehicles also fell 75%, said the CNIS services. Until the end of May, it was recorded that the importation of"...

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June 26, 2016

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CRIME IN ALGIERS: OVER 450 PEOPLE ARRESTED IN THE FIRST WEEK OF RAMADAN

Some 456 people involved in various cases, including possession and use of drugs and psychotropic and prohibited weapons port, were arrested during the first week of Ramadan by the services of the safety of Algiers, which also seized over 38 kg of kif Treaty.


According to a statement of the security services of the wilaya of Algiers, 483 cases were processed during the first week of Ramadan and 456 alleged perpetrators were arrested"...

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June 26, 2016

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Construction Services to Earn $5b by Yearend

Some $5 billion worth of construction services are estimated to be exported by the end of the current Iranian year (March 2017), the head of Iranian Technical and Engineering Services Exports Association said. Mohammad Reza Ansari was also quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency that Iraq accounts for more than 70% of Iran’s engineering services exports. “As much as 50% of Iran’s $12 billion annual exports to the neighboring country pertain to construction projects,” he said. African countries are also"...

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June 26, 2016

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‘Tolerance key to curbing extremism’

The Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, under the chair of Dr Hanif Hassan Al Qassim, Chairman of the Board, in conjunction with the Algerian Permanent Representative Mission in Geneva, organised a panel discussion titled “Getting Rid of Militancy or Ways to Defeat Violent Extremism.”

The discussion was held on the sidelines of the 32nd session of the Human Rights Council currently meeting in Geneva.

Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other Organisations in Geneva, stressed, “Violent...

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June 26, 2016

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'Wednesdays on Algiers Point' rocks the summer nights away

By car, by bike, by foot, or by ferry, "Wednesdays on the Point" in Algiers draws a crowd from all over the city and beyond.


"Wednesdays on the Point" is a concert series sponsored by the Algiers Economic Development Foundation at the batture on Algiers Point next to the Algiers ferry landing.


Though there are plenty of folks from the West Bank -- Harvey, Gretna, Algiers, Avondale, Lafitte and Marrero, it's a loosely kept secret for locals all over New Orleans.


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June 26, 2016

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Algeria: Police Halt El Watan to Relocate in New Offices

Police forces Friday prevented critical Media El Watan from moving to its news headquarters although it was in possession of official permit, reports say.

A police unit stopped the El Watan staff from joining the new location.


“Police blocked access to the building and rounded it. They did not give any explanation. They only indicated they received orders,”"...

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June 26, 2016

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Sundowns planning to send an invoice to Caf for the costs of the wasted trip to Algeria

Mamelodi Sundowns are contemplating whether to send a bill for over R1m to the Confederation of African Football (Caf) for the costs the Pretoria club incurred in the wasted trip to Algeria a few days ago.

Sundowns beat Algeria club Entente Setif 2-0 in an African Champions League tie last weekend‚ but the joy was short-lived after Caf announced on Friday morning that the result had been wiped out of the record books after fan violence marred the match.


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June 26, 2016

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THE IDE SE FONT RARE Algeria is turning to local operators

The balance of FDI in Algeria went negative in 2015 to -587 000 000 dollars.


According to the report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) published June 21, 2016, North Africa is not achieved in full by this fall and saw its FDI increase by 9% 2015 to reach $ 12.65 billion. It is Egypt that has seen"...

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June 25, 2016

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Retirement age set at 60: Possible 'reduction' for strenuous professions

Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal affirmed Thursday in Tiaret that the retirement age has been set at 60 years in the last tripartite meeting (Government-the General Union of Algerian Workers-Employers), announcing a "possible" reduction in retirement age for strenuous professions.


"Retiring at the age of 40 years is inconceivable," the Premier said while inaugurating"...

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