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Butaflika calls for national reconciliation
The Algerian President Abdul Aziz Butaflika has extended a new call for reconciliation for elements of the armed groups and the leadership of the banned Islamic front for salvation in order to return back to the society in preparation to launch another battle to convince the Algerians about the amnesty measures he is expected to declare.
Algeria, Politics, 3/2/2001
Armed groups killed a family in Algeria
An armed group two days ago had brutally killed an 8- member family and wounded two by bullet fire and sticks in Dwar Shoubeir, one kilometer from Buharoun city, 50 km to the west of the capital Algiers.
Algeria, Local, 3/2/2001
Algerian liberal officers movement
The Algerian movement for army officers liberals which includes "split" military-men said that 47 Algerian army officers were killed in a barrack to the south of the capital Algiers after they refused to take part in crimes against civilians.
Algeria, Politics, 2/28/2001
Moroccan minister ties normalization with Algeria's respect to consecration of Moroccan rights
Moroccan minister of the interior, Ahmed El Midaoui, said there can be no normalization with Algeria, unless this country is fair, just and respectful of all Morocco's historical rights.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 2/28/2001
Six persons were killed on Monday in Algeria
Algeria, Local, 2/28/2001
Acts of violence in Algeria
Algeria, Local, 2/27/2001
Moroccan home minister traces before Algerian journalists history of Sahara issue
For Morocco, he said, the Sahara issue is a problem of separatism and the Sahara is the property of all Moroccans and not only to persons of Sahrawi descent. Furthermore, Spain's retrocession of the Sahara to Morocco was part of a process under which the kingdom recovered separately Sidi Ifni, then Tarfaya and the Sahara but Spain is still retaining Sebta, Melilia and the Jaafarine Islands.
Morocco-Algeria, Politics, 2/26/2001
More killings in Algeria
Algerian dailies issued on Sunday said that 30 persons including 27 armed extremists were killed on Friday and Saturday in acts of violence that took place in various areas in Algeria.
Algeria, Local, 2/26/2001
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