• Algiers - "Black Eunuch" (Official Audio)

    From the self-titled debut album out June 1/2, 2015 and available for pre-order: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand http://www.algierstheband.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Algierstheband/ http://www.matadorrecords.com/ Album Pre-order Matador: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand_LP iTunes: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand Amazon: http://smarturl.it/Algiers_The_Band Google Play: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand_gp "Black Eunuch" We are all walking in the dark with the scissors in our hand We are there when you fall apart when there’s no one in your bed We are all walking in the dark with the scissors in our hand We are there when you fall apart when there’s no one in your bed She said, “Please keep your smile away so we can still be friends” I’m standing single file While sex melts in...

    published: 14 Apr 2015
  • Algerian nationality law

    Algeria achieved independence from France in July 1962, and enacted the first Algerian nationality law in March 1963.The law granted citizenship only to Muslims, requiring that only those individuals whose father and paternal grandfather had Muslim personal status could become citizens of the new state.Before independence, Muslims were considered indigenous under a special set of laws known as Code de l'indigénat and were not eligible to French citizenship and in practice had an inferior legal status; but Christian and Jewish inhabitants of Algeria during the French colonial period could acquire French citizenship.A second nationality law was enacted in 1970 which removed references to religious status. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Jackaranga License: Creative...

    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • Linklaters LLP Singapore Bankruptcy - Lawyers: Bourabiat Associés Algiers Corporate law

    213 21 91 42 30 Over the last 25 years, Ghellal & Mekerba has been the trusted legal counsellor of prominent foreign and domestic corporations operating in Algeria.

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • 21. Vietnam and Algeria

    France Since 1871 (HIST 276) France's colonial territories were of very high importance after the embarrassment of occupation during World War II. Algeria, in particular, was a complicated case because it involved large numbers of French settlers, the pieds-noirs. Despite international support for Algerian independence, right-wing factions in the military and among the colonizers remained committed to staying the course. After Charles de Gaulle presided over French withdrawal, the cause of the pieds-noirs has remained divisive in French political life, particularly on the right. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Decolonization After the Second World War 05:13 - Chapter 2. Vietnamese Independence: Ho Chi Minh and the Vietminh 14:31 - Chapter 3. The Algerian Case: The Colons versus the Front de Lib...

    published: 21 Nov 2008
  • CITIC Bank of China Huludao Branch: Goussanem & Aloui Law Firm Algiers, Algeria Animal Law

    213 21 91 42 30 Over the last 25 years, Ghellal & Mekerba has been the trusted legal counsellor of prominent foreign and domestic corporations operating in Algeria.

    published: 18 Feb 2016
  • Algeria Guide to Law Firms 2015 The Legal 500 EMEA 2015

    published: 18 Feb 2016
  • ALGERIA: ALGIERS: WOMEN ARE PLAYING A KEY ROLE IN ELECTIONS

    French/Nat For the first time in Algeria's modern history women are playing a key role in the country's elections. As the electorate went to the polls on Thursday, all the political parties were hoping campaign pledges to improve women's rights would capture the country's female vote. Women are being put up as candidates in a country where insurgents have been fighting to replace the government with a state based on Islamic law. In Algeria's first election since the army-backed coup in 1992, women have taken on a new importance in shaping the country's political landscape. All the parties fighting for a share of the new legislature are trying to win the female vote. At the heart of the campaign is the so-called Family Code. Introduced in 1984 by President Chedli B...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • The battle of Algiers with hebrew/english subs

    published: 02 Nov 2016
  • Your fatwa does not apply here | Karima Bennoune | TEDxExeter

    This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. One day, Karima Bennoune found herself wondering whether she could protect her father with a paring knife. She tells the stories of individual Muslims struggling against fundamentalism and terrorism. Karima Bennoune is a professor of international law at the University of California--Davis School of Law. She grew up in Algeria and the United States and now lives in northern California. She has published widely in many leading academic journals, as well as in the Guardian, The New York Times, Comment is Free, the website of Al Jazeera English, The Nation. The topic of her most recent publication 'Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here' is a very personal one for her. Her father Mahfoud Bennoune was an outspo...

    published: 05 May 2014
  • Violent crime continues to rock areas of Algiers

    Residents in Algiers are frustrated while police continue efforts to deal with an apparent increase in crime in the Fourth District. Subscribe to WDSU on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1n00vnY Get more New Orleans news: http://wdsu.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wdsutv Follow us: http://twitter.com/wdsu Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wdsu

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • algeria cute girls6

    cambodia, cambodian, khmer, asia, angkor wat, travel, thailand, nightlife, beer, drunk, nightclub, red fox, bar, riverside, pool, motorbike, tuk, bangkok, visa, hotel, inn, trash, rubbish, marijuana, live music, laos, ladyboy, pontoon, shanghai, poker, tourism, indonesia, timor leste, asian, myanmar, malaysia, backpacking, temple, singapore, aff suzuki cup, how to find, live, rfa, street food, tours, night, vietnam, club, sexy

    published: 20 Jan 2017
  • Algiers

    DISCLAIMER: This video as well as all other works on this channel are in public domain . This means that the works in question do not have a copyright. This could be for several reasons including but not limited to failure to renew copyright status, incorrect filing procedure, missing or incorrect copyright information, or a missing copyright. Failure to renew means that the copyright (in most cases) will expire after 50 years. In some special cases a copyright expires after 70 years. All videos on this channel are legal for anyone to use in the manner they wish. We would like to request that videos do not get ripped from this channel as to encourage people to visit this channel to review works in public domain. NOTE.: Creative Commons is not the same thing as public domain. Creative Commo...

    published: 14 Dec 2017
  • Showcasing "made in Algeria" products

    The 25th Algerian Production Fair has come to a close at Algeria International Exhibition Centre with more than 400 exhibitors participating and the showcase of thousands of products made in Algeria. And for the first time, the Ministry of Defence also presented their "made in Algeria" products, arousing big interest among the visitors. Susan Mwongeli has that story

    published: 29 Dec 2016
  • Ashenafi Astraga and Meaza Aklilu - Algiers First Time Home Buyers

    Home buyers Ashenafi Astraga and Meaza Aklilu's customer testimonial for Nichole Durpee and Nics Neighborhoods Realtor. Pic Nics for all of your home buying and selling needs. Nichole Dupree's Contact Informations www.nicsneighborhoods.com Phone: 504-207-2007 Mobile: 504-491-5059 Fax: 504-207-2077

    published: 02 Apr 2014
  • King & Spalding LLP Singapore Arbitration Lawyers: Bengana Law Firm Algiers, Algeria

    +213 21 748043 THE FIRM !!!! BOUCHAIB LAW FIRM is a law firm composed by young, aggressive and high-skilled professionals offering its clients personalized attention, whose responsibility and professionalism makes the difference. Since its foundation ,in 1999 BOUCHAIB LAW FIRM has been offering its clients...

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Attorney General Eric Holder Signs Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Algeria

    Attorney General Eric Holder and Algerian Minister of Justice Tayeb Belaiz on April 7, 2010 signed a treaty between the United States and Algeria on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, the first ever criminal law enforcement agreement between the two countries. The treaty strengthens the two countries common efforts in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime by enabling the most modern procedures for law enforcement cooperation. The proliferation of both terrorism and traditional criminal acts across national borders makes international cooperation essential to bringing to justice those who threaten our safety and security, said Attorney General Holder. Algeria is an important partner in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime. This treaty will help us e...

    published: 08 Apr 2010
  • Attorney General Eric Holder Signs Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Algeria

    Attorney General Eric Holder and Algerian Minister of Justice Tayeb Belaiz on April 7, 2010 signed a treaty between the United States and Algeria on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, the first ever criminal law enforcement agreement between the two countries. The treaty strengthens the two countries common efforts in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime by enabling the most modern procedures for law enforcement cooperation. The proliferation of both terrorism and traditional criminal acts across national borders makes international cooperation essential to bringing to justice those who threaten our safety and security, said Attorney General Holder. Algeria is an important partner in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime. This treaty will help u...

    published: 08 Apr 2010
  • Gen Kale Kayihura in Algiers over AFRIPOL Implementation

    Police Chief General Kale Kayihura is in Algiers, the Capital of Algeria on a mission to assess the progress on the implementation of the proposed African Police (Afripol) – an offshoot of the International Police. Afripol was proposed in Cartagena, Colombia in 2014 and was approved by the African Union and African presidents last year. General Kayihura and his host; Major General Abdel Ghani Hameln, the General Director of National Security and Commander In Chief of the Algeria Police are the brains behind the African Police. While in Algeria, General Kayihura will discuss ways of improving security relations between the two countries especially in the field of ICT innovations in policing. Emphasis will also be put on incorporating technologies in the Uganda Police work.

    published: 28 Jul 2016
  • Freestyle Motocross Show Livens Streets Of Algiers

    The Algerian capital hosted an internatinonal motorsport event for the first time on Saturday, with riders from Belgium, South Africa, and the Czech Republic making the trip to perform in the Xfighter jam, a motocross freestyle show held in the heart of Algiers. Follow us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk8QrR91ss-k5X6pKgHWHaA?sub_confirmation=1

    published: 27 May 2015
  • Algeria - Government allows opposition rally

    T/I: 10:18:36 Saying the government has entered a new democratic era, the Algerian government gave its blessing to Thursday's (30/10) opposition rally. The opposition is protesting alleged irregularities in the election process. The rally, which was expected to draw thousands, would not have been permissible prior to last week's elections. President Zeroual's spokesman, Habib Chawki Hamraoui, said the new democratic mood gives the opposition the right to air their grievances. Mr. Hamraoui says the elections were free and fair, but the opposition could, if it wished, take its complaints to a legal commission. ================================================================ SHOWS: ALGIERS, ALGERIA, 29/10 CA Habib Chawki Hamraoui, President Zeroual's spokesman and Minist...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Fares Group Law Firm: Algeria Investments code 2016

    FARES GROUP, is a law Firm with a solid experience in emergent countries and is deeply rooted in the North Africa region with three offices: Tripoli, Tunis and Algiers. We recently opened an office in Algiers in order to assist and represent both in litigation and in consulting our clients in a variety of matters, including corporate,commercial,labour and employment, finance and banking,legislation,tax,construction,intellectual property, investment, real estate and due diligence. Indeed, we have been working with some of the most pioneering, successful and high profile companies in a range of sectors. In fact, our team is made of fluent English speakers but also of lawyers graduated abroad and sometimes with a strong practice of International world law, which enable us to provide high qu...

    published: 04 Jun 2017
  • Hidden treasures - Camille Saint-Saëns - Suite algérienne (1880) - III. Rêverie du soir

    History: In later life, Camille Saint-Saëns became an inveterate world traveler. Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, North and South America, England, Scandinavia, Russia, even the Canary Islands were all host to him at one time or another. Egypt and Algeria were to remain his preferred holiday venues, however, the composer even meeting his death in Algiers during what was to become his final stay in the country on December 16, 1926. Saint-Saens' personal experiences frequently translated to musical pieces, and a number of "African" music can found among his oeuvres: in particular, a fantasy for piano and orchestra simply entitled "Africa", the Piano Concerto No. 5, Op. 103, which bears the subtitle "Egyptian", and, perhaps most tellingly, the ever-popular "Suite algérienne". The work was orig...

    published: 16 Jan 2011
  • History of Algeria

    History of Algeria

    published: 19 Sep 2017
  • 阿里巴巴eWTP首个海外e-hub Law Office of Dr. Faleh al-Sahamah Riyadh Franchising attorney lawyers

    966 11 254 0000 ext. 898 Mohammed Al Khliwi Law Firm Attorneys and Legal Consultants is licensed to provide legal services and engage in all legal fields in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through its Head Office in Riyadh. The firm represents local and foreign companies, particularly in matters involving business and http://www.alibabagroup.com/cn/news/article?news=p171112

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Algiers - "Black Eunuch" (Official Audio)

Algiers - "Black Eunuch" (Official Audio)

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From the self-titled debut album out June 1/2, 2015 and available for pre-order: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand http://www.algierstheband.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Algierstheband/ http://www.matadorrecords.com/ Album Pre-order Matador: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand_LP iTunes: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand Amazon: http://smarturl.it/Algiers_The_Band Google Play: http://smarturl.it/AlgiersTheBand_gp "Black Eunuch" We are all walking in the dark with the scissors in our hand We are there when you fall apart when there’s no one in your bed We are all walking in the dark with the scissors in our hand We are there when you fall apart when there’s no one in your bed She said, “Please keep your smile away so we can still be friends” I’m standing single file While sex melts in my hand Desiring other things That other eyes in other rooms desire They pay her with their diamond rings Then she has me wait outside Then they come crawling out So, how dare you smile so sweet? [We are there when you’re in the dark when there’s no one in your bed] And how dare you speak so soft? [We are there when you fall apart with no one to hold your head] No, don’t try to undress me No, nobody else at all Nobody else at all Nobody else at all.
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Algerian nationality law

Algerian nationality law

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Algeria achieved independence from France in July 1962, and enacted the first Algerian nationality law in March 1963.The law granted citizenship only to Muslims, requiring that only those individuals whose father and paternal grandfather had Muslim personal status could become citizens of the new state.Before independence, Muslims were considered indigenous under a special set of laws known as Code de l'indigénat and were not eligible to French citizenship and in practice had an inferior legal status; but Christian and Jewish inhabitants of Algeria during the French colonial period could acquire French citizenship.A second nationality law was enacted in 1970 which removed references to religious status. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Jackaranga License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0 (CC BY-SA 4.0-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0) Author(s): Jackaranga (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Jackaranga) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Linklaters LLP Singapore Bankruptcy - Lawyers: Bourabiat Associés Algiers Corporate law

Linklaters LLP Singapore Bankruptcy - Lawyers: Bourabiat Associés Algiers Corporate law

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213 21 91 42 30 Over the last 25 years, Ghellal & Mekerba has been the trusted legal counsellor of prominent foreign and domestic corporations operating in Algeria.
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21. Vietnam and Algeria

21. Vietnam and Algeria

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France Since 1871 (HIST 276) France's colonial territories were of very high importance after the embarrassment of occupation during World War II. Algeria, in particular, was a complicated case because it involved large numbers of French settlers, the pieds-noirs. Despite international support for Algerian independence, right-wing factions in the military and among the colonizers remained committed to staying the course. After Charles de Gaulle presided over French withdrawal, the cause of the pieds-noirs has remained divisive in French political life, particularly on the right. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Decolonization After the Second World War 05:13 - Chapter 2. Vietnamese Independence: Ho Chi Minh and the Vietminh 14:31 - Chapter 3. The Algerian Case: The Colons versus the Front de Libération Nationale 21:18 - Chapter 4. The Fight for North Africa: Rise of Right-Wing Military Control 29:09 - Chapter 5. De Gaulle's Return to Power: Betrayal of the Army, the Exit from Algeria Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Fall 2007.
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CITIC Bank of China Huludao Branch: Goussanem & Aloui Law Firm Algiers, Algeria Animal Law

CITIC Bank of China Huludao Branch: Goussanem & Aloui Law Firm Algiers, Algeria Animal Law

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213 21 91 42 30 Over the last 25 years, Ghellal & Mekerba has been the trusted legal counsellor of prominent foreign and domestic corporations operating in Algeria.
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Algeria   Guide to Law Firms 2015 The Legal 500 EMEA 2015

Algeria Guide to Law Firms 2015 The Legal 500 EMEA 2015

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ALGERIA: ALGIERS: WOMEN ARE PLAYING A KEY ROLE IN ELECTIONS

ALGERIA: ALGIERS: WOMEN ARE PLAYING A KEY ROLE IN ELECTIONS

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French/Nat For the first time in Algeria's modern history women are playing a key role in the country's elections. As the electorate went to the polls on Thursday, all the political parties were hoping campaign pledges to improve women's rights would capture the country's female vote. Women are being put up as candidates in a country where insurgents have been fighting to replace the government with a state based on Islamic law. In Algeria's first election since the army-backed coup in 1992, women have taken on a new importance in shaping the country's political landscape. All the parties fighting for a share of the new legislature are trying to win the female vote. At the heart of the campaign is the so-called Family Code. Introduced in 1984 by President Chedli Benjedid as a concession to the increasing power of the Islamic groups this law in effect puts women at the mercy of men. Now all the parties, bar the Islamists, are promising to reform it. But the importance of women is even recognised by the Society for Peace, a moderate Islamic party expected to collect some votes from sympathisers of the Islamic Salvation Front, banned in 1992. Led by Sheik Mahfoud Nahnah, the Society for Peace supports the Family Code but encourages women to take a fuller role in society. But other parties, such as the Worker's Party, want the code to be changed. The major point of the law is that a woman is the responsibility of either her father, husband or brother, giving her no independent legal rights. That is something supporters of women's rights find unacceptable. SOUNDBITE: (French) "We are for equal rights so that women can have a real life like men, like children, so that they have a life, so that we have a chance to get ourselves some rights." SUPER CAPTION: Louisa Hannoun, Workers' Party candidate Louisa Hannoun is a champion of Algeria's female voters and is seen by many as a formidable challenger to the country's male politicians. SOUNDBITE: (French) "Louisa Hannoun, she's a man, she's a man, and she's one of the toughest men in Algeria and that's why I say to all the men of Algeria, vote for Louisa Hannoun, the strongest guy in Algeria." SUPER CAPTION: Vox pop One of the most controversial points of the Family Code states that in the case of divorce the husband receives all the benefits; he has the right to throw his wife out onto the street, leaving her with no legal recourse to money or possessions. As a result many women have been forced to live rough as beggars. The Rally for Culture and Democracy (R-C-D) aims to end this practice. A fervently anti-fundamentalist party, the R-C-D is demanding the code be annulled. SOUNDBITE: (French) "Today all the parties, including the right wing have had to take a stand on changing the Family Code, they've had to change their stance and I say it's due to women of the democratic parties, it's due to us and our struggle that they've had to change their position." SUPER CAPTION: Khalida Messaoudi, Rally for Culture and Democracy (R-C-D) candidate The government party - the National Democratic Rally (R-N-D) - has now been forced to call for changes to certain articles of the code. It has government ministers including Prime Minister Mohamed Ouyahia as its leading candidates, but is also putting up a number of women. Among its female candidates is Zahiya Benarus, an Algerian TV presenter, a well- known face to attract the female vote. Benarus says women have always played a central role in Algerian history. SOUNDBITE: (French) SUPER CAPTION: Zahiya Benarus, Algerian TV presenter 40 parties are fielding nearly 8-thousand candidates, and 17 (m) million Algerians are eligible to vote. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2269144b69877e93cf16d2d11c6e7ce6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The battle of Algiers with hebrew/english subs

The battle of Algiers with hebrew/english subs

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Your fatwa does not apply here | Karima Bennoune | TEDxExeter

Your fatwa does not apply here | Karima Bennoune | TEDxExeter

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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. One day, Karima Bennoune found herself wondering whether she could protect her father with a paring knife. She tells the stories of individual Muslims struggling against fundamentalism and terrorism. Karima Bennoune is a professor of international law at the University of California--Davis School of Law. She grew up in Algeria and the United States and now lives in northern California. She has published widely in many leading academic journals, as well as in the Guardian, The New York Times, Comment is Free, the website of Al Jazeera English, The Nation. The topic of her most recent publication 'Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here' is a very personal one for her. Her father Mahfoud Bennoune was an outspoken professor at the University of Algiers, and faced death threats during the 1990s, but continued speaking out against fundamentalism and terrorism. In writing this book, Karima set out to meet people who are today doing what her father did back then, to try to garner for them greater international support than Algerian democrats received during the 1990s. She has served as a member of the Executive Council of the American Society of International Law and on the board of directors of Amnesty International USA. Currently, she sits on the Board of the Network of Women Living Under Muslim Laws. She has also been a consultant on human rights issues for the International Council on Human Rights Policy, the Soros Foundation, the Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers, and for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Her human rights field missions have included Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Fiji, Lebanon, Pakistan, South Korea, southern Thailand, and Tunisia. She traveled to Algeria in February 2011 to serve as an observer at pro-democracy protests with the support of the Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights, writing a series of articles about these events for the Guardian. In October 2011, she volunteered as an election observer during the Tunisian constituent assembly elections with Gender Concerns International. At TEDxExeter 2014 our speakers and performers connected us with other worlds. Our talks exposed corruption in big business, shared effective approaches to tackling social inequality and gave a voice to those whose human rights are under threat. We explored the impact of fast changing technologies on all our lives. We journeyed through fire and forest to frozen landscapes. We were challenged to consider worlds of extremes, cutting edge controversies and risky opportunities. Video Production Chromatrope (http://chromatrope.co.uk/) Production Manager Andy Robertson (http://www.youtube.com/familygamertv) About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Violent crime continues to rock areas of Algiers

Violent crime continues to rock areas of Algiers

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Residents in Algiers are frustrated while police continue efforts to deal with an apparent increase in crime in the Fourth District. Subscribe to WDSU on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1n00vnY Get more New Orleans news: http://wdsu.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wdsutv Follow us: http://twitter.com/wdsu Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wdsu
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algeria cute girls6

algeria cute girls6

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cambodia, cambodian, khmer, asia, angkor wat, travel, thailand, nightlife, beer, drunk, nightclub, red fox, bar, riverside, pool, motorbike, tuk, bangkok, visa, hotel, inn, trash, rubbish, marijuana, live music, laos, ladyboy, pontoon, shanghai, poker, tourism, indonesia, timor leste, asian, myanmar, malaysia, backpacking, temple, singapore, aff suzuki cup, how to find, live, rfa, street food, tours, night, vietnam, club, sexy
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Algiers

Algiers

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Showcasing "made in Algeria" products

Showcasing "made in Algeria" products

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The 25th Algerian Production Fair has come to a close at Algeria International Exhibition Centre with more than 400 exhibitors participating and the showcase of thousands of products made in Algeria. And for the first time, the Ministry of Defence also presented their "made in Algeria" products, arousing big interest among the visitors. Susan Mwongeli has that story
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Ashenafi Astraga and Meaza Aklilu -  Algiers First Time Home Buyers

Ashenafi Astraga and Meaza Aklilu - Algiers First Time Home Buyers

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Home buyers Ashenafi Astraga and Meaza Aklilu's customer testimonial for Nichole Durpee and Nics Neighborhoods Realtor. Pic Nics for all of your home buying and selling needs. Nichole Dupree's Contact Informations www.nicsneighborhoods.com Phone: 504-207-2007 Mobile: 504-491-5059 Fax: 504-207-2077
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King & Spalding LLP Singapore Arbitration Lawyers: Bengana Law Firm Algiers, Algeria

King & Spalding LLP Singapore Arbitration Lawyers: Bengana Law Firm Algiers, Algeria

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Attorney General Eric Holder Signs Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Algeria

Attorney General Eric Holder Signs Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Algeria

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Attorney General Eric Holder and Algerian Minister of Justice Tayeb Belaiz on April 7, 2010 signed a treaty between the United States and Algeria on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, the first ever criminal law enforcement agreement between the two countries. The treaty strengthens the two countries common efforts in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime by enabling the most modern procedures for law enforcement cooperation. The proliferation of both terrorism and traditional criminal acts across national borders makes international cooperation essential to bringing to justice those who threaten our safety and security, said Attorney General Holder. Algeria is an important partner in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime. This treaty will help us ensure that terrorists and other criminals are not able to avoid justice by simply hiding evidence beyond our borders. The mutual legal assistance treaty, or MLAT, will be an effective tool in the investigation and prosecution of terrorism, cybercrime, white collar offenses and other crimes. Among other tools, the treaty will help law enforcement officials from the two countries obtain testimonies and statements; retrieve evidence, including bank and business records; provide information and records from governmental departments or agencies; and provide a means of inviting individuals to testify in a requesting country. The formal treaty signing took place at the Ministry of Justice in Algiers, Algeria. Additional representatives from the Department of Justice and the Algerian Ministry of Justice attended todays ceremony. To date, the United States has negotiated and signed more than 50 bilateral MLATs with law enforcement partners around the world.
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Attorney General Eric Holder Signs Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Algeria

Attorney General Eric Holder Signs Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty with Algeria

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Attorney General Eric Holder and Algerian Minister of Justice Tayeb Belaiz on April 7, 2010 signed a treaty between the United States and Algeria on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, the first ever criminal law enforcement agreement between the two countries. The treaty strengthens the two countries common efforts in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime by enabling the most modern procedures for law enforcement cooperation. The proliferation of both terrorism and traditional criminal acts across national borders makes international cooperation essential to bringing to justice those who threaten our safety and security, said Attorney General Holder. Algeria is an important partner in the fight against terrorism and transnational crime. This treaty will help us ensure that terrorists and other criminals are not able to avoid justice by simply hiding evidence beyond our borders. The mutual legal assistance treaty, or MLAT, will be an effective tool in the investigation and prosecution of terrorism, cybercrime, white collar offenses and other crimes. Among other tools, the treaty will help law enforcement officials from the two countries obtain testimonies and statements; retrieve evidence, including bank and business records; provide information and records from governmental departments or agencies; and provide a means of inviting individuals to testify in a requesting country. The formal treaty signing took place at the Ministry of Justice in Algiers, Algeria. Additional representatives from the Department of Justice and the Algerian Ministry of Justice attended todays ceremony. To date, the United States has negotiated and signed more than 50 bilateral MLATs with law enforcement partners around the world.
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Gen Kale Kayihura in Algiers over AFRIPOL Implementation

Gen Kale Kayihura in Algiers over AFRIPOL Implementation

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Police Chief General Kale Kayihura is in Algiers, the Capital of Algeria on a mission to assess the progress on the implementation of the proposed African Police (Afripol) – an offshoot of the International Police. Afripol was proposed in Cartagena, Colombia in 2014 and was approved by the African Union and African presidents last year. General Kayihura and his host; Major General Abdel Ghani Hameln, the General Director of National Security and Commander In Chief of the Algeria Police are the brains behind the African Police. While in Algeria, General Kayihura will discuss ways of improving security relations between the two countries especially in the field of ICT innovations in policing. Emphasis will also be put on incorporating technologies in the Uganda Police work.
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Freestyle Motocross Show Livens Streets Of Algiers

Freestyle Motocross Show Livens Streets Of Algiers

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The Algerian capital hosted an internatinonal motorsport event for the first time on Saturday, with riders from Belgium, South Africa, and the Czech Republic making the trip to perform in the Xfighter jam, a motocross freestyle show held in the heart of Algiers. Follow us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk8QrR91ss-k5X6pKgHWHaA?sub_confirmation=1
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Algeria - Government allows opposition rally

Algeria - Government allows opposition rally

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T/I: 10:18:36 Saying the government has entered a new democratic era, the Algerian government gave its blessing to Thursday's (30/10) opposition rally. The opposition is protesting alleged irregularities in the election process. The rally, which was expected to draw thousands, would not have been permissible prior to last week's elections. President Zeroual's spokesman, Habib Chawki Hamraoui, said the new democratic mood gives the opposition the right to air their grievances. Mr. Hamraoui says the elections were free and fair, but the opposition could, if it wished, take its complaints to a legal commission. ================================================================ SHOWS: ALGIERS, ALGERIA, 29/10 CA Habib Chawki Hamraoui, President Zeroual's spokesman and Minister of Communications picking up the telephone ; SOT Habib Chawki Hamraoui, President Zeroual's spokesman and Minister of Communications (in French): " The democratic transition is a fact, the people expressed its opinion..people have spoken through the ballot ...every one can defend its ideas, in a democratic way, the elections were held in normal circumstances..the opposition has the right to express by demonstration..the goverment will support their choice for an impartial instance that could decide the electoral outcome"; CA Zeroual portrait; SOT Habib Chawki Hamraoui, (in French): " If it is done in a legal way, there is nothing to say...we live in a new era after all these years. The Algerians can express themselves in a democratic way, it's their right, the government can now apply its programme and continue its policies"; VS Algiers streets on a rainy day; newspaper headlines with titles in Spanish "Basta!!" and in French; opposition preparing posters and other items for demonstration; vs of preparations; 3.23 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c99accc4e0ac4268e4bd52c85430715f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Fares Group Law Firm: Algeria Investments code 2016

Fares Group Law Firm: Algeria Investments code 2016

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FARES GROUP, is a law Firm with a solid experience in emergent countries and is deeply rooted in the North Africa region with three offices: Tripoli, Tunis and Algiers. We recently opened an office in Algiers in order to assist and represent both in litigation and in consulting our clients in a variety of matters, including corporate,commercial,labour and employment, finance and banking,legislation,tax,construction,intellectual property, investment, real estate and due diligence. Indeed, we have been working with some of the most pioneering, successful and high profile companies in a range of sectors. In fact, our team is made of fluent English speakers but also of lawyers graduated abroad and sometimes with a strong practice of International world law, which enable us to provide high quality services in many languages. Find us on: * Website: https://www.fareslegal.com/ * Twitter: https://twitter.com/adm_fares * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fares-group-766853131/
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Hidden treasures - Camille Saint-Saëns - Suite algérienne (1880) - III. Rêverie du soir

Hidden treasures - Camille Saint-Saëns - Suite algérienne (1880) - III. Rêverie du soir

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History: In later life, Camille Saint-Saëns became an inveterate world traveler. Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, North and South America, England, Scandinavia, Russia, even the Canary Islands were all host to him at one time or another. Egypt and Algeria were to remain his preferred holiday venues, however, the composer even meeting his death in Algiers during what was to become his final stay in the country on December 16, 1926. Saint-Saens' personal experiences frequently translated to musical pieces, and a number of "African" music can found among his oeuvres: in particular, a fantasy for piano and orchestra simply entitled "Africa", the Piano Concerto No. 5, Op. 103, which bears the subtitle "Egyptian", and, perhaps most tellingly, the ever-popular "Suite algérienne". The work was originally written to mark the change in Algeria's legal status from a military colony to a Department of Metropolitan France. Its first version was performed with great success at a charity concert in Paris in 1879 after which Saint-Saëns's publisher urged him to write more "picturesque" pieces like it. The rest of the suite was composed in the seaside town of Boulogne-sur-mer during the summer of 1880 and first performed in Paris in December that year. Music: While the suite's primary claim to renown is its triumphant closing, the dashing "Marche militaire française", the preceding movement, presented in this case, is, perhaps, a better presentation of the magic of Algiers itself. The theme for the piece, titled simply "An evening dream", was originally written by Saint-Saens as a stand-alone movement under the title "Rêverie orientale" on his first visit to Algeria in 1875. The movement is virtually devoid of true musical development, basically consisting of a single musical idea that is elaborated into a full fantasia, however, the potential blandness of the rêverie is completely negated by the composer's caring use of the orchestra and clear melodic gift. After a brief phrase for two flutes, playing a charming ornamental phrase which serves as a transition between the independent statements of the main theme throughout the piece (1:26 & 2:43), a solo alt begins playing the main theme proper (0:28), a generously lyric melody, blooming ardently over a sparse yet fresh accompaniment of extended sighs and pizzicatos of the other strings (violins/cellos/basses) to a subdued crescendo climax (0:51) which is resolved by a gratifying descending cadenza (1:19). This constitutes the first complete play-through of the principal theme. In its second statement, the theme is played without any alterations on the first violins, later joined by the seconds for the crescendo episode (2:05), while the accompaniment is further enhanced by the use of sustained phrases for the horns (a dotted duplet for the instrument is also used in the subsequent transitional material (2:39)). What follows next, however, is not a repeat of the main theme, but a delightful fantasia on its basis, as an extended wave-like cadenza for the violins (2:55), soon joined, once again, by the horns. This warm interlude, however, returns us once again to the main theme, played by the flutes/clarinets for its first section (3:38). The violins are added for the crescendo passage (4:00) which progresses as above, without any changes. A hushed exchange between the lower and the higher part of the orchestra (4:30) overflows into a cadential passage for the winds (4:42) that returns us, once again, to the main theme, relegated to the second violins. This time, however, the principal melody is gradually deconstructed and ultimately fades away completely. All in all, Saint-Saens proves that the greatest effect can be achieved with the most modest means. Score: The complete sheet music for the suite can be found here (the third movement runs through pages 56-69): http://216.129.110.22/files/imglnks/usimg/1/19/IMSLP30343-PMLP28515-Saint-Sa__ns_-_Suite_Alg__rienne__Op._60__orch._score_.pdf Recording: The Chandos 2000 recording delightfully couples the Suite with "La princesse jaune", a lively one-act operetta. Both are performed with vigor by the Swiss Italian Orchestra under Francis Travis. Hope you'll enjoy =).
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History of Algeria

History of Algeria

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阿里巴巴eWTP首个海外e-hub Law Office of Dr. Faleh al-Sahamah Riyadh  Franchising attorney lawyers

阿里巴巴eWTP首个海外e-hub Law Office of Dr. Faleh al-Sahamah Riyadh Franchising attorney lawyers

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