Power balances in North Africa are changing. The latest indication that Algeria’s star is rising – alongside European demand for its natural gas – as Moroccan influence wanes was all but confirmed by Tunisia’s decision to include the leader of the Western Sahara independence movement , the Polisario Front, inRead More →

Despite vast and rich potential, the task of making Nigeria a thriving tourist destination that attracts the right investment, market and tourism traffic has over the years been a challenge. In a bid to change that narrative, indigenous travel company Gadeshire Travels and Tours Limited, founded by Olugbenga Adebayo, broughtRead More →

Egypt signs agreements with Qatar to boost investment despite financial constraints Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani on Wednesday (August 14th) signed three memorandums of understanding in Qatar, Doha, with the aim of strengthening cooperation between the two countries, according toRead More →

The UK government has targeted US civil rights leader Stokely Carmichael and sought to weaken the Black Power movement with covert disinformation campaigns, recently declassified documents have revealed. The effort was the work of a secret unit known as the Information Research Department, based in London and part of theRead More →

A Saudi Arabian Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner leaving Malaga Costa del Sol Airport, Spain on … [+] August 21, 2022 (Photo: Fabrizio Gandolfo/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images A Saudi government program to support the country’s aviation industry and attract more tourists appears to be workingRead More →

Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) – The director of the Iraqi State Council for Antiquities and Heritage, Laith Majid Hussein, revealed on Tuesday that the Jordanian capital, Amman, is hosting the first regional conference on the protection of cultural property, at which the Iraq participates with an official delegation. Hussein explained that theRead More →

Only a few years ago, Russia and the EU were actively engaged in a dialogue on a visa-free regime. Unfortunately, visa issues have taken a completely different turn in the last ten years. Today, far from discussing the abolition of visa requirements for all Russian nationals, some EU countries areRead More →

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia may be famous for its sand dunes and jagged mountain ranges, but it is also home to a lesser-known and quite different environment – a cool, silent, kaleidoscopic environment teeming with animal life and vegetable. This is the underwater world of the Kingdom’s coastal zone, which isRead More →

In the next 24 hours, hundreds of senior government officials, private sector and individual professionals from across Africa, the Caribbean and other Diaspora regions of the world will be in Barbados for the AfriCaribbean Trade and Development Forum. ‘investment. With public attention diverted to several parochial but very important issuesRead More →

Despite the huge presence of human and natural resources, Africa is the least developed continent outside Antarctica, with many of its countries still mired in problems such as poverty, government corruption and armed conflict. However, amidst poverty, corruption and armed conflict, few countries are classified as developed as they boastRead More →

Images courtesy of Rotana. Rotana has unveiled its first foray into the Algerian market with an upcoming resort in the port city of Oran. Azure Rotana Resort & Spa is set to open in March 2023, catering to business and leisure travelers. Complete offer Combining authenticity with contemporary design, theRead More →

Despite the devastation caused by the very nature of war, there are people around the world who want to visit the sites of conflict to witness it firsthand. This is happening in Ukraine now, after six months of Russia launching a bloody invasion on February 24. By eliminating Russian airRead More →

TANZANIAN Ambassadors Abroad have identified various business and investment opportunities available in the countries they represent which can be tapped by citizens for economic development. According to the envoys, opportunities are available in the sectors of agriculture, energy, transport, education, industry, finance and tourism. Diplomats unveiled the opportunities over theRead More →

Karim Zaghib joined Concordia’s Gina Cody School of Computer Engineering this winter — and he’s already getting noticed. Zaghib, a professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, was recently named chairman of the 2026 International Meeting on Lithium Batteries (IMLB). He is the main force behind the successfulRead More →

A woman walks past shops in the ancient Moroccan city of Fez, Morocco, June 8, 2022. Photos: AFP In the narrow streets of the old city of Fez, Morocco’s first capital, centuries-old places of learning are being revived to promote moderation in Islam, as their founders originally intended. Studying atRead More →

12 days of sport, competition and celebration: the 19th Mediterranean Games ended in Oran, Algeria on July 6. Some 3,400 athletes from 26 countries on three continents (Africa, Asia and Europe) participated in 24 sports competitions, including athletics, swimming, football, judo, gymnastics and many more. Italy lead the medal standingsRead More →

RIYADH: Bahrain’s successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic has relied on active collaboration between various sectors in the Gulf State, according to a new WHO report. The document entitled “Bahrain COVID-19 Case Studies” highlights the country’s wide-ranging efforts to bring the health crisis under control and identifies lessons learned fromRead More →

The oil and gas sector has long been the backbone of Algeria’s economy, funding the country’s regime while leaving it vulnerable to market volatility. Despite the authorities’ stated aim to diversify the economy, analysts fear that soaring hydrocarbon prices could pose an obstacle to reform. Algeria celebrated 60 years ofRead More →

Africa, the second largest and most populous continent in the world, is marvelously rich in biodiversity. With its equally rich natural landscapes and biomes, ranging from arid deserts and savannahs to tropical rainforests and ice-capped mountains, Africa is home to around a quarter of the planet’s animal and plantRead More →

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “MEA Logistics Market Forecast to 2028 – Impact of COVID-19 and Regional Analysis by Model and End Use” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Logistics Market was valued at USD 45.00 Billion in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 89.85 Billion by 2028; it isRead More →

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has highlighted the urgent need for EU Member States to eliminate risky energy dependencies. Such dependencies weaken the government’s bargaining power at diplomatic tables and have serious economic consequences. Estimates from the Bruegel think tank found that European gas purchases earn Kremlin coffers around 400 millionRead More →

RIYADH: Bitcoin, the leading cryptocurrency internationally, traded lower on Monday, falling 5.60% to $25,767.27 as of 8:30 a.m. Riyadh time. Ethereum, the second most traded cryptocurrency, was priced at $1,356.23, falling 5.45%, according to data from Coindesk. Crypto Firm Celsius Halts All Transfers As Market Crashes In another indication ofRead More →

Iran and Venezuela, oil producers struggling with crippling US sanctions, signed a 20-year cooperation plan in Tehran on Saturday. The agreement includes cooperation in the fields of oil, petrochemicals, defence, agriculture, tourism and culture. [source: Getty] Iran and Venezuela on Saturday signed a 20-year cooperation agreement between the two alliesRead More →

On Wednesday, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro arrived in the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, which is the second country he is visiting as part of a Eurasian tour aimed at expanding his country’s international cooperation. RELATED: Algeria: end of the friendship treaty with Spain on Western Sahara “We arrived inRead More →

Four words suffice to sum up the key findings of this year’s African Hotel Chain Development Pipeline Survey conducted by W Hospitality Group, in association with the Africa Hospitality Investment Forum (AHIF); those words are Egypt, Morocco, Accor and Marriott. This year’s annual survey, which is widely recognized as theRead More →

Graham Foundation Announces 2022 Individual Grant Recipients Always from “What remains at the ends of the earth?” by Jacqueline Brown. Image © Jacqueline Brown To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982644/graham-foundation-announces-the-names-of-2022-individual-grant-recipients The Graham Foundation announced the awarding of 56 new grants to individuals exploring ideas thatRead More →

Indian-American diplomat Gautam Rana appointed ambassador to SlovakiaWASHINGTON, May 26: U.S. President Joe Biden is set to name career diplomat Gautam Rana as the new U.S. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Slovakia, the latest Indian-American to be appointed to a key post.In a statement released Wednesday, the White House announcedRead More →

Growing regional ties and cooperation are driving rapid economic recovery for Algeria and Turkey, despite nearly two years of pandemic disruption and market volatility. A series of landmark agreements between Turkey and Algeria deepen bilateral cooperation, with the two countries sharing positive economic prospects. Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune’s three-day presidentialRead More →

Lydia Ourahmane’s works often begin as grand, open propositions that find the limits of the possible in the political, environmental and metaphysical conditions in which she operates. Lydia Ourahmane: Tassili is an engagement with a distant desert, how and why we travel there, and the conditions of image production. Specifically,Read More →

According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “North Africa Cement Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026”, the North Africa cement market is currently witnessing growth regular during the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the market is expected to continue its steady growth over the forecastRead More →

Part of the campaign – Min. Tourism & Antiquities CAIRO – April 28, 2022: Following on from the promotional campaign launched by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in early April to ease the process of obtaining a tourist visa for Egypt, the ministry launched another campaign on April 28Read More →

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Responding to growing passenger demand for air travel, Emirates will double its flights between Alger and dubai two to four per week, starting May 1, 2022. The service currently between Alger and dubai will no longer be linked to Tunisiaoffering more flexibility and convenience in gettingRead More →

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: In response to growing passenger demand for air travel, Emirates will double its flights between Algiers and Dubai from two to four weekly flights, starting May 1, 2022. Service currently between Algiers and Dubai will only be more connected to Tunis, offering more flexibility and convenienceRead More →