Stories about Algeria from March, 2008
Algeria: Kosovo and the Islamic Ummah
Algerian Nouri Luhemiya writes about Kosovo and the Islamic Ummah.
Algeria: Two Journalists Jailed
Two Algerian journalists have been jailed, reports Or Does it Explode …
Why hasn't Algeria recognised Kosovo?
From Algeria, The Moor Next Door explores some of the reasons that may have contributed to Algeria's refusal to recognise Kosovo.
Algeria: Language Revitalisation Opens Old Wounds
“Not everyone welcomes language revitalisation efforts,” writes Lameen Souag from Algeria. “Apart from anything else, it often implies that a major decision taken by you or your parents – to speak to the children in a different language – was wrong, and, by increasing your exposure to the endangered language...
Algeria: Decoding Ahmadinejad
“There has been much discussion over the proper way to pronounce — and even transliterate — the current Iranian president's last name,” writes Nouri, from Algeria, who shares his thoughts on how best to write Mahmood Ahmadinejad's name.