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· March, 2007

Stories about Algeria from March, 2007

Algeria: Iran's Standoff

Algerian blogger Nouri links to an article which sums up his thoughts on Iran's conflict with the West. He even gives us his commentary here. “Had the Iranians not just...

Arabisc: In Keeping with Fashion, Algerian Blogger Sued

An Algerian official has today filed a case against blogger Abdulsalam Baroudi, accusing him of libel for an article he posted on his blog. This will be the first time...

Algeria: Lingustics Talk

Algerian blogger Lameen Souag is just back from attending a linguistics conference in Cambridge, CamLing 2007, where he presented a talk on number borrowing in Berber. For those interested, the...

Mauritania: First Arab Country to Hold a Second Round in a Presidential Election

The blog of Convergence Républicaine pour l'Instauration de la Démocratie en Mauritanie (CRIDEM) points to a La Tribune d'Algérie article stating [Fr]: “Long considered a back-country, Mauritania just proved to...

Algeria: Special Focus on Mauritania

Algerian blogger Lameen Souag has kind words for Mauritania. “On the rare occasions when it makes Western headlines, it's generally for slavery or famine, but this week it's distinguishing itself...

Algeria: Movie a Waste

Algerian blogger Nouri says the movie 300 was a fantastic waste of $10! “The film is comprised mostly of exaggerated muscles, computer generated imagery, grotesque or unnecessary sex scenes, and...

Algeria: More Info on Saudi Dialect

Algerian blogger and linguist Lameen Souag is looking for more information on Arab dialects from Saudi Arabia here.

Algeria: What's Up in the Middle East?

Algerian blogger Nouri gives us an in-depth analysis of the situation brewing in the Middle East between Iran and the US here.

Algeria: Is Harsusi A Dying Language?

Algerian blogger Lameen Souag laments the death of yet another language here. “Somebody get over there and make some recordings of Harsusi,” he urges.

Algeria: Two Arrested Lawyers and a Banned Reconciliation Conference.

Or Does it Explodes points out some abuses in human rights in Algeria here. The post contains updates on two arrested lawyers and a banned reconciliation conference.

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