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Algeria Society

Algeria is a North African country with a population of around 43 million people. It is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and diverse population. Algeria has a vibrant society that is characterized by strong family ties, hospitality, and respect for traditions. The majority of Algerians are Sunni Muslims and the Islamic faith has had… Read More »

Algeria Modern History

Algeria is a country located in Northern Africa. With the capital city of Algiers, Algeria has a population of 43,851,055 based on a recent census from COUNTRYAAH. Algeria has since the independence of France in 1962 been dominated by the military and the former guerrilla movement, now the Party, the National Liberation Front (FLN). After… Read More »

Algeria – Chronology of the Civil War

December 1991. Front Islamique du Salut (FiS) wins the first round of the general elections January 1992. Coup d’etat. President Chadli Benjedid is forced to resign; the Haut Conseil de Sécurité (HCS), a body made up almost exclusively of military personnel, cancels the second round of elections and creates the Haut Conseil de État (HCE),… Read More »

Algeria – Mali: Conflict and Terror Part III

6: The French intervention According to THEMEPARKTOUR.COM, ECOWA’s intervention in Mali was scheduled to take place in early September 2013 – for several reasons. They wanted to secure international financial support. They wanted a political process with Ansar to split them from AQIM and MOJWA , and they also needed a government partner in Bamako… Read More »

Algeria – Mali: Conflict and Terror Part II

For a period, a security vacuum arose with looting, murder, rape of residents on mass flight. Three different Islamist groups therefore moved into this space of power and created a certain form of order, but also a strictly Islamic rule without roots in local religious traditions. This was the situation until the rebels again moved… Read More »

Algeria – Mali: Conflict and Terror Part I

The terrorist attack on the gas plant in In Aménas in Algeria ended in tragedy. The plant was operated by the Norwegian company Statoil and British BP together with the state-owned Algerian company Sonatrach. 800−900 people worked at the plant, and they came from a number of countries. Among the hostages killed, we find people… Read More »