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Thousands of Algerians have taken to the streets in protest another Abdelaziz Bouteflika presidential bid. The ailing, 81-year-old president recently announced he will seek a fifth five-year term but remains under care at a Swiss hospital.
Organisers of a beauty pageant in Algeria have condemned racist remarks aimed at this year’s winner.
Ceremony is first step to sainthood
It's the German Chancellor's first visit to Algeria in a decade
Is Algeria finally distancing itself from its image of a hotbed of terror?
Holding their shotguns with a firm grip, several young Algerian women took part in a target shooting competition held ahead of hunting season.
Two hundred and fifty-seven people were killed in the country's worst plane disaster.
The military transporter plane crashed on Wednesday after take-off in south west Algiers.
Most of the victims were military personnel and their families, as well as ten flight crew members. Three days of national mourning have been declared
Not even the Sahara can escape January's cold snap
The FLN lost considerable ground in the election, winning just 164 seats compared to 221 five years ago.
Algeria has been voting in a parliamentary election that’s expected to give the ruling FLN and its allies another five-year mandate.
With little suspense in Thursday's election, many Algerians are expected to stay away.
ISIL has claimed responsibility for a foiled bomb attack on an Algerian police station, the group’s AMAQ news agency reports.
There were emotional scenes in Algeria on Saturday as the bodies of two men killed in a shooting rampage at a Canadian mosque were repatriated.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika has made a rare public appearance at a mosque in Algiers.
OPEC has agreed to cut its oil output for the first time since 2008.
A passenger plane headed for Marseille reportedly fell off the radars after it turned around halfway through its flight over the Mediterranean.
68-year-old Mohamed Abdelaziz led a decades-long fight for independence in the disputed territory of Western Sahara.
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Noureddine Belmihoub, CEO at the Algerian National Tourism Office, about how his big country remains unknown to
The Algerian government has passed a reform package including granting the Berber language official status and re-instating the two-term limit for