The Algerian Red Crescent has sent a shipment of 200 tonnes to aid Libya
Algeria had announced a dialogue initiative bringing together Libya’s rival factions to be held in October, but the month passed without a meeting being held.
Algeria expresses deep sorrow to Tunisia following the terrorist attacks.
While the upcoming election is captivating a domestic audience, it is also a major concern for the more than one million Algerians voters abroad.
Tunisian security forces continue to track terrorist groups affiliated with al-Qaeda amid reports that some of these groups include Algerian nationals.
A growing terrorist threat is forcing Tunisia and Algeria to cooperate in their anti-terror efforts.
To confront rising Salafism in the country and better control subversive preaching in remote mosques, Algeria may form an “imam syndicate,” writes Kaci Racelma.
Algerian lawyer and women's rights activist Nadia Ait Zai on what was behind this change recent changes in Algeria and about prospects for the future.
2012 will mark the 50th anniversary of Algerian independence—this piece describes the current state of reforms, human rights and protests in the country.
The popular uprisings in the Arab world have spawned a whole new line-up of socially conscious musicians.