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WATER STORED AT ALGERIA’S DAMS NEARS A RECORD 5.0 BILLION CUBIC METRES

ALGIERS, March 2 (NNN-APS) — The total volume of water stored in dams throughout Algeria has reached 4.95 billion cubic metres (m�), says Minister of Water Resources and Environment Abdelkader Ouali.

“This is a large …

Merkel heads to Egypt, Tunisia to reduce migrant flows

German Chancellor Angela Merkel starts a two-day trip to Egypt and Tunisia on Thursday, part of her push to limit migrant flows to Europe through North Africa, especially chaos-torn Libya.

Since the 2011 overthrow of …

Neighbors Work Quietly to Broker Fresh Libyan Political Accord

CAIRO � Clashes between rival militias in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, last week overshadowed behind-the-scenes political talks sponsored by Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria, and their tenacious efforts to bring together Libya’s major political forces.

A …

ALGERIA, US NEGOTIATING EXTRADITION OF ALGERIAN PRISONER AT GUANTANAMO

ALGIERS, Feb 28 (NNN-APS) — Algeria and the United States are conducting negotiations on the extradition of one of the two Algerian prisoners still detained in Guantanamo, says Minister of Justice Tayeb Louh.

Louh told …

NEW SONATRACH REFINERY TO PRODUCE 5.0 MLN TONNES OF OIL PRODUCTS ANNUALLY

HASSI-MESSAOUD, ALGERIA, Feb 24 (NNN-APS) — A new oil refinery being built in Hassi-Messaoud in the province of Ouargla, will have an annual production capacity of 5.0 million tonnes of oil products and 120,900 tonnes …

SHOPBOP Launches Spring 2017 Trend Driven Campaign With Suki And Immy Waterhouse

NEW YORK, Feb. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — SHOPBOP, the premier online shopping destination for women worldwide, launches their global Spring 2017 campaign, ‘Find Your Spring,’ featuring It-Brit sisters and style stars, Suki Waterhouse and Immy

Certificates Backlog Angers Committee

The Portfolio Committee on Higher Education and Training has called for disciplinary measures against officials responsible for delays in issuing certificates to students who have graduated.

The Chairperson of the Committee, Ms Connie September, said …