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Exploitation of industrial lands: Effective legal solutions should be proposed-

Algeria Times 07 Apr 2021
ALGIERS- Minister of Industry Mohamed Bacha said, Monday afternoon, that “the obstacles preventing the exploitation of industrial lands available in some industrial areas must be addressed by proposing effective legal solutions to promote productive investment.”.
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Algerian president cautions pro-democracy protesters

Urdu Point 07 Apr 2021
Algiers, April 7 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 7th Apr, 2021 ) .Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune Tuesday warned pro-democracy Hirak activists of "non-innocent activities" as authorities say the movement is being hijacked ahead of elections ... legal standing in Algeria.
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Hague-based tribunal orders US to pay $37mln to Iran for breaching 1981 treaty

Press TV 04 Mar 2021
In a legal victory for the Islamic Republic, the Hague-based IranUnited States Claims Tribunal (IUSCT) has ordered Washington to pay $37 million to Iran after finding it guilty of passing Treasury regulations that prevented or delayed the transfer of part of the Iranian assets in violation of the 1981 Algiers Accords.
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For US embassy hostages, Iran's revolutionary fervour evokes dark memories

The National 01 Mar 2021
At the time of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s return from exile on February 1, 1979, which heralded the fall of monarch Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi 10 days later, Don Cooke was a junior foreign service officer at the American embassy ... Read More ... The Algiers Accords that had ended the hostage crisis had specifically barred legal action against Iran.
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The RI GOP's legal bulldog is latest General Assembly hire

The Providence Journal 13 Jan 2021
On January 7, Senate Minority Leader Dennis Algiere filed the paperwork to hire Bell as a $4,500 a month legal counsel for the five-member Senate GOP ... Algiere filed the paperwork with the interim personnel director for the Joint Committee on Legislative Services, which has not met in more than a decade ... Algiere, R-Westerly, said.
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Algeria Rejects Trump’s Stance on Western Sahara

Hamodia 13 Dec 2020
Algeria has rejected a decision by President Donald Trump to recognize Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara, saying the step would undermine efforts to end the decades-long conflict over the desert territory ... In Algiers, the Foreign Ministry said the U.S. decision “has no legal effect because it contradicts U.N. resolutions, especially U.N ... .
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Australia strips Muslim cleric of citizenship in unprecedented move

Russia Today 25 Nov 2020
READ MORE ... Benbrika’s legal team is currently appealing his continued detention ... Algiers has not yet commented on the recent developments. Australia previously used its legal ability to revoke citizenship in 2019, stripping it from Neil Prakash, who is imprisoned in Turkey and accused of being an Islamic State recruiter ... .
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Algerian reporter sentenced to 3 years over protest coverage

Lebanon Express 10 Aug 2020
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — An Algerian journalist who played a prominent role in covering the country's pro-democracy movement last year was sentenced Monday to three years in prison for inciting unauthorized demonstrations and attacking national unity ... Algeria North Africa Africa Algiers.
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Second public masturbation charge in three months sees Angers forward El Melali back in police custody

Yahoo Daily News 09 Jul 2020
El Melali’s legal counsel, Sandra Chirac Kollarik, provided the following statement ... We heard the player apologise ... In May, it was reported El Melali’s lawyers would argue he was unaware anybody could see him as part of their legal defence. Melali has represented Angers for two seasons, having joined from Algiers-based Paradou AC in 2018 ... .
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25 YEARS OF CN: ‘A Distant Echo on Race and Police’—Aug. 24, 2017

Consortium News 01 Jun 2020
The Algiers Motel incident – the focus of the new movie – represented something of a microcosm of those divisions and how they sometimes had deadly consequences ... Hersey published The Algiers Motel Incident in late 1968, deliberately releasing the book before all of the legal proceedings surrounding the incident were concluded.
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Algerians jailed during protests 'forgotten' during pandemic

Middle East Online 23 Apr 2020
ALGIERS - Dozens of Algerians linked to the country's anti-government protest movement remain "forgotten" in pre-trial detention during the coronavirus crisis, with little or no legal support ... But the Hirak protests made this legal tactic more visible.
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Trump invokes Iran hostages after Soleimani attack; outrageous they are still owed compensation

Chicago Sun-Times 14 Jan 2020
An Anti-American crowd demonstrates outside of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Nov. 20, 1979. Getty Images. Illinois ex-hostage Paul Lewis was a 22-year-old Marine when captured and held for 444 days. He’s now 63 ... releasing the captives, called the Algiers Accords, prevented the hostages from taking legal actions to pursue compensation from Iran ... ....
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They were hostages in Iran for 444 days. Decades later, they're waiting for compensation

Finger Lakes Times 03 Nov 2019
LOS ANGELES - Dorothea Morefield was sipping coffee at her kitchen counter when a call came in. Iranian students protesting outside the U.S. Embassy in Tehran had stormed the building, a State Department official told her ... Nov ... The Algiers Accords contained a provision, however, that barred the hostages from taking legal action against Iran in U.S ... .
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They were hostages in Iran for 444 days. Decades later, they’re waiting for compensation

The Los Angeles Times 03 Nov 2019
Dorothea Morefield was sipping coffee at her kitchen counter when a call came in. Iranian students protesting outside the U.S. embassy in Tehran had stormed the building, a State Department official told her ... Nov. 4, 1979 ... The U.S ... The Algiers Accords contained a provision, however, that barred the hostages from taking legal action against Iran in U.S ... .
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Top Algerian figures go on military trial for alleged plot

Journal Review 23 Sep 2019
ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — An Algerian military tribunal has opened the high-profile trial of a brother of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika and two ex-intelligence chiefs. Heavy security, with roadblocks leading to the courthouse in Blida, south of Algiers, marked Monday's opening of the trial of Said Bouteflika, Gen.
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