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French tourists avoid Tunisia after beheading in Algeria

Tunisia lost about a third of its French tourist bookings to cancellation shortly after the beheading last month of a French traveller by Islamist militants in neighbouring Algeria, the country's tourism minister said. Increas

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Algeria awards four of 31 oil, gas fields in auction

Algeria awarded four of 31 oil and gas field blocks on offer to foreign consortiums in its first energy auction since 2011 and nearly two years after a militant attack on the country's Amenas gas plant killed 39 foreign oil contractors.

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Algerian militants behead kidnapped Frenchman

Algerian militants beheaded French tourist Herve Gourdel, who was kidnapped by gunmen on Sunday in what the group said was a response to France's action against Islamic State militants in Iraq. In a video released by his capto

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KBR wins ammonia plants deal in Algeria

KBR,  a global engineering, construction and services company, has won a contract from Fertial to provide licensing and basic engineering design services to revamp Fertial’s Annaba and Arzew ammonia plants in Algeria. U

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KBR wins ammonia plants deal in Algeria

KBR,  a global engineering, construction and services company, has won a contract from Fertial to provide licensing and basic engineering design services to revamp Fertial’s Annaba and Arzew ammonia plants in Algeria. U

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Algeria's In Amenas gas plant returning to normal after attack

Normal operations are resuming at a major gas plant in Algeria, 18 months after a raid by Islamist militants killed 40 employees, with full output expected in a few months, one of the plant's operators said.  

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Algeria eyes $262bn investment; boost for infrastructure

Algeria will launch a new five-year investment plan worth $262 billion to boost domestic production and move its economy away from reliance on oil and gas, the government said. The Opec member north African country has been spendi

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Algeria eyes $262bn investment; boost for infrastructure

Algeria will launch a new five-year investment plan worth $262 billion to boost domestic production and move its economy away from reliance on oil and gas, the government said. The Opec member north African country has been spendi

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Arab Contractors in $180m Algerian industrial zone deal

The Arab Contractors, a leading construction firm in Egypt, is implementing three major industrial zones worth $180 million in Algeria, said a report. The cost includes utilities alongside other infrastructure works for the three

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Algeria's Sonatrach replaces CEO

Algeria's state energy company Sonatrach has replaced its chief Abdelhamid Zerguine with vice president for production Said Sahnoun, a senior Sonatrach source told Reuters on Saturday. The source, who asked not to be identifie

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