Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gathered in Algeria's capital on Friday in the biggest protest yet to call on 82-year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, to step down after two decades in power
Algeria's Bouteflika says he will not run for fifth term, postpones presidential elections
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President Bouteflika arrives back in Algiers amid protests
Algeria's presidential plane landed at a military airport south west of Algiers on Sunday afternoon after leaving Geneva earlier in the day. It is not clear if Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was on board.
The Higher Education Ministry's decision came a day after tens of thousands of demonstrators packed central Algiers.
Bouteflika's decision to run for a fifth term in office has sparked widespread protests in the North African country.
Thousands of people in cities across Algeria called on President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to leave office on Friday (March 1) in the country's biggest anti-government demonstrations since the Arab Spring eight years ago.
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika responded to recent mass protests against his leadership with a list of commitments, including a promise to stand down after the country's next election
All candidates in the Algerian presidential election must submit their candidacy papers in person, Abdelwahab Derbal, the head of the election commission said on Sunday.
The largest anti-government protest for eight years sees 45 people arrested. Algerian's urge President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down.
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.
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It's the German Chancellor's first visit to Algeria in a decade
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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
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The FLN lost considerable ground in the election, winning just 164 seats compared to 221 five years ago.