Algeria Tourism

Algeria plants millions of olive trees to boost exports

A new initiative is underway in Algeria to plant 400,000 hectares of olive trees across the country by 2024. Belaâsla M’hamed, president of the Algerian National Interprofessional Council for the Olive Sector, said the program would almost double the total amount of olive groves currently cultivated in the country, estimated …

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Algeria: political anxiety and mobility of young people

On February 22, 2019, millions of young people took to the streets of Algeria’s largest cities. They came together to denounce the masquerade of the fifth term of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Their slogan was “enough is enough!” An important political aspect of these peaceful nine-month protests against the former …

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Greece, an ideal destination for tourist investments

With over 16,000 kilometers of coastline, over 6,000 islands and islets, and a well-established tourism industry, Greece presents a premier investment opportunity in the Tourism sector. “The need for safety, contact with nature and authenticity – experiential experiences, as well as the search for new, alternative and quality destinations that …

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Hirak protesters in Algiers reject upcoming elections

Rabat – Hirak protesters took to the streets again with many protesters expressing skepticism about the upcoming legislative elections. Thousands of Hirak protesters chanted slogans on Friday March 26 as they passed through central Algiers to demonstrate against the Algerian ruling elite. “A civil state, without military influence,” read signs …

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Are the trains on track to return to Mexico?

The sun has not yet risen as Algeria’s Aguilar Peña boards the bus for the 68 km journey from her home to Toluca in Mexico City, where she operates a street food stand. “At the moment, when the buses are not yet fully operational, I sometimes need three [hours]She says …

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