25 years ago: Bentalha massacre in Algeria Massacres of more than 50 people during the Algerian civil war, 1997-1998: Source: Mark Dingemanse; Wikipedia On September 22 and 23, 1997, between 200 and 400 civilians were massacred in the Algerian town of Bentalha, mostly women and children. The Armed Islamic GroupRead More →

DappRadarDappRadar: The Blockchain Gaming Industry Continues to Grow Rapidly, According to DappRadar’s Blockchain Gaming Report #7 08-Sep-2022 / 19:30 CET/CEST The Blockchain Gaming Sector Continues to Grow Rapidly, According to DappRadar’s Blockchain Gaming Report #7 Press release by DappRadar Kaunas, Lithuania | September 08, 2022 12:26 p.m. Eastern Daylight TimeRead More →

Download logo The Regional Conference on “The Way Forward to Counter the Illicit Financial Proceeds of Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants: Priorities and Challenges” starts today in Sharm el-Sheikh. The Conference is organized by the Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa (ROMENA) of the UnitedRead More →

The Russian Army Games fact sheet, publicly distributed at the centralized information office, documented an increase in annual purchases of military equipment by foreign customers, including African countries. Our monitoring and research shows that Russia has traditionally had good relations with North African countries, especially Algeria and Egypt. Moreover, theRead More →

In early August, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune hinted that Algeria could apply to join BRICS, the economic bloc made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Mohamed Si Bachir returns to the idea and his motivations. French President Emmanuel Macron (left) with Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune at AlgiersRead More →

In an interview broadcast on July 29, 2022,[1] the president of the Qatar-funded International Union of Muslim Scholars (IUMS), Ahmad Al-Raysuni, called for “jihad” and a military march to the Algerian town of Tindouf and called Mauritania’s existence of error. Al Raysuni In response to his statement, other Muslim scholarsRead More →

As the unending drama of African migration continues, attention is almost exclusively focused on interdiction and rescue operations in the Mediterranean, writes Oussama Romdhani. Oussama Romdhani is the editor of The Arab Weekly. He previously served in the Tunisian government and as a diplomat in Washington. The tragic procession ofRead More →

Image used for illustrative purposes only. Gulf Pharmaceutical Industries (Julphar), one of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the Middle East and Africa, has released its financial results for the second quarter. The company announced robust results reaching 419.9 million dirhams in net sales for the second quarter of 2022, markingRead More →

By Linn Staff The American Philatelic Society has announced the 2022 recipients of the Society’s Luff Awards. Hal Vogel receives the Luff Award for Distinguished Philatelic Research, Jacqueline S. Alton receives the Luff Award for Outstanding Contributions to Philately, and Kenneth R. Nilsestuen receives the Luff Award for Outstanding ServiceRead More →

The deadline for submitting proposals for the “Solar 1000MW” project in Algeria has been postponed. The deadline has been extended due to requests from domestic and foreign investors. The RFP was first opened in December 2021. The first deadline for submitting proposals was April 30, 2022. However, investors twice requestedRead More →

DENVER: Major U.S. shale oil producers say they remain focused on shareholder returns, limiting production spending largely to offset higher costs for equipment, supplies and services. The decision will likely curb increases in oil production while benefiting shareholders receiving higher payouts in the form of dividends and share buybacks withRead More →

On the sidelines of the mid-July signing of a $4 billion gas agreement, Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune reassured “[his] friend” Mario Draghi, now former President of the Italian Council of Ministers. Algeria, whose natural gas reserves amount to nearly 2,400 billion m3, wants to be “one of the European suppliersRead More →

Newmark Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NMRK) (“Newmark” or “the Company”), a leading full-service commercial real estate services company, today announced the schedule for its press release and conference call on second quarter 2022 financial results. The call will take place at 10:00 a.m.Read More →

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Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Author of the article: Reuters Marwa Rashad and Isla Binnie Content of the article LONDON – Algeria’s state-owned oil and gas producer Sonatrach is negotiating ways to benefit from major global gas price hikes in its long-term contracts with European buyers, two sources familiar with theRead More →

Breadcrumb Links PMN Company Powerful plumes of greenhouse gases have been spotted by satellite in northwestern Algeria. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Aaron Clark and Laura Millan Lombrana Content of the article (Bloomberg) — Powerful super-emitter methane clouds have been spotted by satellite in northwestern Algeria near a conduitRead More →

The building and construction sector is essential to the social and economic development of any nation. It is a sector responsible for development in the field of road, rail, air, maritime transport, industrial development, construction of institutional buildings and housing. The importance of this industry cannot be overemphasized as itRead More →

The regulation of cryptocurrencies around the world is a constant battle for investors in a growing and ever-changing ecosystem. Various regulatory agencies around the world view digital assets in a different light that varies significantly from each other. Recently, European Central Bank (ECB) board member Fabio Panetta mentioned in aRead More →

The term “globalization” took hold in the 1980s. It was part of the policy approach called the “Washington Consensus”, so called because it grew out of work done in Washington-based institutions such as the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund. Globalization referred to the lowering, if not theRead More →

P10 (OTCMKTS:PIOE – Get Rating) and Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure (NASDAQ:AY – Get Rating) are both finance companies, but which is the better stock? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their analyst recommendations, risk, valuation, dividends, profitability, earnings and institutional ownership. Volatility and risk P10 hasRead More →

The Polisario chose to ignore the contribution of the OPEC Fund for International Development to finance part of the second phase of the detailed preliminary studies of the gas pipeline project between Nigeria and Morocco. Algeria’s financial contribution to the aforementioned fund is the direct reason for this silence, sinceRead More →

In 2017, Emmanuel Macron came to power as France’s eighth president and the youngest leader to ever occupy the Elysee Palace, his political rise in months from a rank outsider who had never contested an election. at the head of the state was nothing but dazzling. But as he seeksRead More →

Focus on China – Fall of the Bluechips; Alibaba’s Ant Group Seeks Majority Stake in 2C2P; e-com companies summoned The Chinese yuan weakened on Tuesday as expectations of sharp rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve boosted the dollar, but moderating expectations of aggressive easing by China’s central bank helpedRead More →

The Ministry of Gender, Labor and Social Development has been named the most gender-responsive government agency, according to a report by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC).The report, which assesses all government ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) in terms of aligning their budgets to gender and equity issues, saw the MinistryRead More →

(Bloomberg) – The European Union has said it will hold Russian authorities accountable for alleged atrocities in northern Ukrainian towns occupied by Kremlin forces. Bloomberg’s Most Read French President Emmanuel Macron said there were clear signs of war crimes in Bucha, a town on the outskirts of kyiv. Ukraine’s governmentRead More →