Is Morocco China's Next Target?
China, through Iran, is flooding the region with arms.
U.S. and Russia tussle for "neutrals" with dueling visits
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken heads to Central Asia as Russia's Ukraine invasion shakes Moscow's traditional dominance in the region.
Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa BRICS bloc grows with U.S. left out
Algeria has reportedly become the latest nation to apply to join BRICS, following applications by Argentina and Iran and interest from several other countries.
Blinken Warns Arab World of 'Grave' Security Threat From Ukraine War
The Middle East and North Africa face a severe food crisis as a result of the war in Ukraine.
Senior Christian Leaders in Algeria Face Prison as Rights Decline Continues
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune and his ministers would be wise to note that the Algerian people in general, and their Christians in particular, are strong, determined and resilient. They will not be bullied out of existence.
Algeria Is Becoming China's Weapon
Algiers is escalating an already-volatile situation as fast as it can.
France Reducing Number of Visas for Algeria, Morocco by Half Amid Disputes
Morocco's trying to seek "the necessary balance between facilitating the movement of people...and combating clandestine immigration," its foreign minister said.
Man Reportedly Helping Fight Fire Taken for Arsonist, Burned Alive by Mob
Jamal ben Ismael, 35, was killed in the city of Tizi Ouzou in Kabylia, Algeria, on Wednesday evening.
China 'Delighted to See' It Tops U.S. in Popularity in Arab Countries Poll
"It's gotten close to a billion people out of poverty over the last 40 years, and given the economic challenges in the Middle East, there is a lot to like about the thinking of the Chinese model," Princeton University's Michael Robbins told Newsweek.
Camels 'Confused' by Snow as Video of Saudi Arabia Winter Storm Goes Viral
A rare winter storm blanketed swathes of the Middle East, from Saudi Arabia to Syria and Libya to Lebanon, in snow.
COVID-19 Brings a Dystopian Novel, 'The Plague,' to Life
In the 1947 Albert Camus novel "The Plague," people in an Algerian city shed their individual grievances in the face of an epidemic and embrace a collective sense of social responsibility to battle it. In the real-live city, the final chapters of the COVID-19 story aren't yet written.
Scientists Dub Region 'Most Dangerous Place in the History of Planet Earth'
Researchers reviewed a group of fossils from an area of the Moroccan Sahara, which includes a host of large dinosaurs, pterosaurs, crocodilians, and other animals.
AFCON 2019: Where to Watch Quarterfinals, Live Stream, Odds, TV Schedule
Senegal remains the hot favorite to win a first continental trophy, but Algeria has impressed so far in the tournament.
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Quarterfinals Schedule, Power Rankings
Algeria has become the tournament favorite after winning every game. How far can Madagascar go in its first AFCON?
Who Are the World's Longest-Serving Heads of State?
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's decision to resign early came weeks after Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev ended his own decades-long reign, but many other leaders seem set to stay.
Algeria's President Set to Resign After Protests
"We don't want these symbols of a corrupted system that has betrayed the popular will. We want real change," opposition leader Mostefa Bouchachi said.
Algerian Minister Mocked For Defending Deadly Scorpion
Algeria's health minister wants people not to provoke animals, but people say better care would have saved woman's life.
Six New Countries Join Russia's Army Games
"It is a pleasure to see that the scope of competitions expand geographically and the list of participants grow," Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.
Migrants Dumped in Desert and Told to Walk to Safety
With no water or food, migrants are forced across the border at gunpoint in the searing heat.
Internet Blocked Across Country To Stop Exam Cheats
Blackouts will continue until the exam season ends on June 25.
Deadly Military Plane Crash Kills Hundreds
Local media reports that there are no survivors from the crash near the Algerian capital of Algiers.
Snow in the Sahara Video Shows White Sand Dunes
Children made snowmen and sledded around the town of Ain Sefra.
German Spy: I Planned Fake Attack Because I Was Bored
The agent is being tried for treason after allegedly trying to leak state secrets.
Where Next For ISIS As Its Caliphate Crumbles?
The group is losing in Iraq and Syria, but its toxic brand threatens countries worldwide. Here are ten most at risk.
In Germany, What Does Defrauding ISIS Get You? Jail
A Syrian refugee attempted to defraud the jihadi group of tens of thousands of dollars.
German Police Test Facial Recognition Cameras in Berlin
Images of a few dozen German volunteers have been entered into the new monitoring system.
ISIS Leader in Germany Charged Over Recruitment Ring
Abu Walaa is believed to be linked to the attacker who plowed a truck into a Berlin Christmas market in December.
U.N. Wins Nod To Use Islamic Alms To Aid Refugees
Agency says it has rulings from top clerics in Egypt, Morocco and Yemen that will persuade rich Muslims to donate alms for relief work.
'Wonder Woman' Will Be Screened in Jordan After All
The film was banned in Lebanon and pulled from a film festival in Algeria. Its theatrical release was also suspended in Tunisia.
Most German Employers Happy With Refugees' Work: Survey
More than three-quarters of employers said they had few or no difficulties with the refugees hired.