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Ten drowned, 485 migrants picked up at sea off Algeria
Algeria said Tuesday coast guard officers had collected the bodies of 10 people drowned while seeking to cross from the North African nation to Europe, also stopping 485 migrants.
The four horsemen of Africa’s new stumble
Africa risks a new stumble. The last time Africa suffered a major stumble, it conjured up the image of a “Hopeless Continent”. This became the unfortunate epitaph for Africa’s two lost decades of development.
Africa records lowest COVID-19 infections, deaths in seven days
Africa recorded lowest coronavirus cases (27 per cent) and deaths (21 per cent) in the last one week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) disclosed yesterday.
Algeria expects France to apologise for colonial past: president
Algeria is waiting for an apology for France's colonial occupation of the North African country, the president said...
African football: The state of play amid coronavirus pandemic
Top African football officials will hold a video conference Tuesday to discuss the way forward amid the coronavirus pandemic, which halted football last March
The strength of China-Africa solidarity in defeating COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is a major challenge to humankind and is the most serious global public health emergency since the end of World War II.
Algeria weighs plan to allow army deployments abroad
Could Algeria soon send troops from its army, the pillar of the regime, to join peace-keeping missions led by the United Nations or African Union?
Man City's Mahrez has watches worth £300,000 stolen
Manchester City winger Riyad Mahrez had three luxury watches worth more than £300,000 ($370,000) stolen when thieves raided his penthouse apartment
Algerians linked to protests 'forgotten' in pre-trial detention
Dozens of Algerians linked to the country's anti-government protest movement remain "forgotten" in pre-trial detention during the coronavirus crisis, with little or no legal support.
'True friend' China helps Algeria battle coronavirus
As adversity strikes in the form of the coronavirus pandemic, Algeria has found a helping hand in China, an old friend and the top exporter to Africa's largest country.
Covid-P in Oran-Algeria: Lessons
Covid-P could have been an evidence of what ought to have been done that was left undone and still insist to be attended to so as to arrest self-inflicted human terror as weapons are deployed by humans
Algeria registers first coronavirus death
Algeria has registered its first death from the novel coronavirus, the health ministry announced on Thursday.