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· January, 2011

Stories about Algeria from January, 2011

Algeria: On the Mauritanian Self-Immolation

Algeria: Algerians salute the courage of the Tunisian people

All Algerians saluted the resistance movement of the Tunisian people people who brought down the despot Zine El Abidine Ben Ali [EN] after 23 years of unchallenged rule. In every...

Middle East: A Closer Look at Tunisia's Uprising

As Tunisians continue to grapple with the fast paced events of the few previous days which saw the fall of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and his escape, Arab bloggers...

Algeria: Is Revolt Contagious?

After Tunisia, now Algeria has seen a week of riots and violent encounters between youths and the forces of order. The unrest is motivated by sharp increases in prices since...

Tunisia, Algeria: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Protests in Algeria and Tunisia have captured the interest of bloggers in both countries. Social media seem to be playing a central role in the coverage of the unfolding events...

Arab World: Tears Spilled on the Break Up of Sudan

South Sudan's independence referendum and the likelihood of its separation today has hit a raw nerve with some Arab netizens. Many worry this could be the first step towards carving...

Algeria: 3 killed and Hundred Injured in Protests

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