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LONDON: French-Algerian bodybuilder Youcef Djoudi dedicated his latest triumph in the Europa Pro Championship 2020 to his homeland and the wider Arab world. Djoudi, who lives in France and was competing as a representative of France, is originally from Biskra province in Algeria. He claimed first place in the Men’s Physique Award at the event in Las Vegas last week, which also
Algerian authorities said they have foiled 42 departures towards European countries in five days, apprehending a total of 485 migrants. Officials also said they recovered the bodies of 10 people who died while attempting the crossing from North Africa to Europe.
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Despite the increase in the number of coronavirus cases over the past week, Georgia still remains in the 'green zone', earlier outlined by the EU Commission, said the head of the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention (NCDC) Amiran Gamkrelidze, Trend reports via Georgian media
Duperat Laurette fled Haiti after her country's massive 2010 earthquake, making her way first to the Dominican Republic, then Chile and five years later to Panama, all with the dream of reaching the U.S. and finding a job to help support 14 siblings left behind in Haiti.
ALGIERS: For over a year Algeria’s defiant anti-government “Hirak” protesters seemed unstoppable, but weekly demonstrations skidded to a halt due to restrictions to end the coronavirus crisis. With two months to go before a key referendum on constitutional reform — a vote the government hopes will meet their demands — many expect the protests to soon return. “The will to
For over a year Algeria's defiant anti-government "Hirak" protestors seemed unstoppable, but weekly demonstrations skidded to a halt due to restrictions to end the coronavirus crisis. With two months to go before a key referendum on constitutional reform -- a vote the government hopes will meet their demands -- many expect the protests to soon return. "The will to change the mode of governance is still present," said political scientist Louisa...
Drivers on one of Paris's busiest roads were greeted Thursday by the smiling portrait of Khaled Drareni, a correspondent for the media watchdog Reporters Without Borders and the French network TV5 Monde, who is jailed in Algeria. Designed by a Parisian street artist named C215, the 18-meter-by-18-meter portrait was installed exactly one month after an Algiers appeals court ruled that Dranei must serve two years in prison over his coverage of anti-government protests. Media freedom groups say the appeals court verdict shows the dangers for online journalists, and it signals the deterioration of
ZIMBABWE'S qualifying campaign for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) tournament has been handed a major boost after the Confederation of African Football (CAF) gave the nod for the Warriors to host their high profile clash with Algeria at the National Sports Stadium next month.
Facing record floods that have killed more than 100 people and displaced tens of thousands more, Sudan&rsquo;s government just declared a three-month state of emergency. A faltering response to this natural disaster, on top of COVID-19, threatens to further destabilize the country&rsquo;s fragile transitional government.
FEATURE (THE CONVERSATION) — President Donald Trump hosted a televised naturalization ceremony at the White House, aired during the Republication National Convention. “You’ve earned the most prized, treasured, cherished, and priceless possession anywhere in the world,” he told the five new United States citizens. “It’s called American citizenship.” Prized? Perhaps. But maybe not priceless. A […]
Misinformation has been a part of political life in the Middle East and North Africa for years; the coronavirus era has proved no exception. A volatile region where three wars are being fought can ill afford coronavirus-related lies and nationalistic pandemic one-upmanship.
BEIRUT: Young people fleeing Lebanon in flimsy boats and heading for Cyprus are adding to the refugee crisis in the eastern Mediterranean. Four vessels appeared off the eastern and southern coast of Cyprus in the past two days carrying 123 Lebanese and Syrian migrants, island police said on Sunday.
African Union Member States (55) reporting COVID-19 cases (1,291,724) deaths (31,056), and recoveries (1,031,453) by region: Central (55,316 cases; 1,047 deaths; 47,535 recoveries): Burundi (445; 1; 357), Cameroon (19,604; 414; 18,448), CAR (4,729; 62; 1,818), Chad (1,034; 77; 914), Congo (4,856; 82; 3,882), DRC (10,178; 260; 9,420), Equatorial Guinea (4,972; 83; 4,413), Gabon (8,601; 53; 7,424), Sao Tome & Principe (897; 15; 859). Eastern (142,096; 2,822; 77,241): Comoros (452; 7; 41
Algerian authorities expelled thousands of migrants and asylum seekers to Niger during waves of roundups of mostly sub-Saharan Africans across at least nine cities in recent weeks, Human Rights Watch said today. Security personnel have separated children from their families during mass arrests, stripped migrants and asylum seekers of their belongings, and failed to allow them to challenge their removal or screen them for refugee status. Scores of asylum seekers registered with the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, are among those arrested, with several already expelled.
ALGIERS: Algerians were unable to access social media accounts on Sunday as students sat for national exams in the North African country where authorities are cracking down on cheating. Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp were inaccessible, an AFP journalist said, while the internet faced disruptions across the country. The move came a day after the Justice
Utah reported one new death but a big jump to 656 cases, more than 200 cases over the rolling seven-day average. It prompted state epidemiologistDr. Angela Dunn to release a statement that indicated closed testing stations on Labor Day may have contributed to the jump and said a single day does not indicate a trend. "Today's caseload growth is the largest daily net increase we have reported since late July.
Armed with push cards, customized face masks and signs, judicial candidate Rhonda Goode-Douglas spent Saturday morning greeting voters outside Congregation Coffee Roasters in Algiers. On Saturday afternoon, her opponent Derwyn Bunton posed with his wife Eileen and daughters Chloe and Reilly for photographs and video that will be used in social media. Both candidates would […]
BEIRUT: The leader of the Palestinian militant group Hamas on Sunday warned Israel that his organization has missiles capable of striking the city of Tel Aviv, Israel’s commercial and cultural center, and areas beyond it. Ismail Haniyeh’s comments during a visit to Lebanon followed an escalation in recent weeks in which Hamas-affiliated groups fired rockets into Israel and
CAIRO: Two Kuwaiti men have been detained after an Egyptian shopkeeper was beaten up and the video circulated on social media. Egypt’s immigration ministry said on Sunday that the two men were in custody and that the victim was attacked at his workplace following a quarrel. The footage was apparently filmed by the attackers and showed the worker in a toy store beaten to the