Djamila Ould Khettab

Djamila Ould Khettab

Algeria

Algeria: Joyous scenes of celebration after Bouteflika resigns

Bouteflika’s resignation prompts jubilation in Algiers but many say they will continue to protest against government.

Algeria: Joyous scenes of celebration after Bouteflika resigns

Algeria

Algeria opposition rejects army chief's proposed road map

Opposition leaders say general's call for Bouteflika to be declared unfit to rule is a manoeuvre to preserve old guard.

Algeria opposition rejects army chief's proposed road map

Middle East

Algeria: New opposition umbrella group fails to reach consensus

The National Coordination for Change laid out plans for a transition, but received mixed reactions from protesters.

Algeria: New opposition umbrella group fails to reach consensus

Algeria

Demonstrators demand Bouteflika's immediate departure

Algerian president's move not to stand for fifth term fails to satisfy protesters as elections indefinitely postponed.

Demonstrators demand Bouteflika's immediate departure

Algeria

Algeria opposition parties discuss ways to challenge Bouteflika

Dozens of factions from across the political spectrum meet to discuss ways of uniting efforts against Algerian leader.

Algeria opposition parties discuss ways to challenge Bouteflika

Algeria

Bouteflika's offer fails to appease Algeria's protesters

Anti-government rallies continue despite ailing president's proposal to hold new polls if he wins fifth term in office.

Bouteflika's offer fails to appease Algeria's protesters

Algeria

Bouteflika confirms bid for fifth term amid ongoing protests

Algerian president's campaign manager files official papers but says he will call a fresh vote if reelected in April.

Bouteflika confirms bid for fifth term amid ongoing protests

Middle East

Return of 'Mr Dirty Work' spurs questions in Algeria

Surprising comeback of Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia could herald the start of a deep austerity programme, analysts say.

Return of 'Mr Dirty Work' spurs questions in Algeria

Middle East

Algeria votes amid expected low turnout

Despite fierce government campaign, many Algerians are more worried about rising costs of living than by poll outcome.

Algeria votes amid expected low turnout

Algeria

Anger brewing in Algeria's sullen south

Algeria's Saharan region has massive reserves of oil and gas - but locals claim they are not reaping the benefits.

Anger brewing in Algeria's sullen south

Middle East

First internet addiction rehab clinic opens in Algeria

Health experts at the new clinic agree that internet overuse has emerged as a national issue.

First internet addiction rehab clinic opens in Algeria

Middle East

Algerian media faces 'hostile environment'

Detention of two television executives is part of the state's efforts to intimidate and silence media, journalists say.

Algerian media faces 'hostile environment'