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The development of the tourism sector in Algeria had previously been hampered by a lack of facilities, but since 2004 a broad tourism development strategy has been implemented resulting in many hotels of a high modern standard being built.
Fibonacci, a mathematician born in the Republic of Pisa who had studied in Béjaïa ( Bougie ), Algeria, promoted the Indian numeral system in Europe with his book Liber Abaci, written in 1202:
In June 1861, Monet joined the First Regiment of African Light Cavalry in Algeria for a seven-year commitment, but, two years later, after he had contracted typhoid fever, his aunt intervened to get him out of the army if he agreed to complete an art course at an art school.
He had ten successful years on the Continental circuit but a prolonged illness due to an infection contracted while racing in Algeria ended his riding career.
By 1962 the morale of the Foreign Legion was at an all-time low ; it had lost its traditional and spiritual home ( Algeria ), elite units had been disbanded, and in addition, many officers and men were arrested or deserted to escape prosecution.
The return to Mali of large numbers of Tuareg who had migrated to Algeria and Libya during the prolonged drought increased tensions in the region between the nomadic Tuareg and the sedentary population.
Under protest from the PLO, Iraq, and Libya, who claimed that because Abu Daoud was traveling to a PLO comrade's funeral he should receive diplomatic immunity, the French government refused a West German extradition request on grounds that forms had not been filled in properly, and put him on a plane to Algeria before Germany could submit another request.
Once the rebel forces had besieged Damascus, the French military responded with brutal counter-insurgency techniques that prefigured those that would be used later in Algeria and Indo-China.
Previously in 2001, Baker had presented his framework plan, called Baker I, where the dispute would be finally solved through an autonomy within Moroccan sovereignty, but Algeria and the Polisario front refused it.
Algeria had proposed the partition of the territory instead.
He had reportedly fled with his four fellow defendants to Spain en route to return to Algeria.
To date, Algeria has had more than 40 legal political parties.
Activist groups had long expressed concern over the memberships of the People's Republic of China, Zimbabwe, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Pakistan, and the past memberships of Algeria, Syria, Libya, Uganda and Vietnam on the Commission.
The Jews of modern France are numbering around 400, 000 persons, largely descendants of North African communities, some of which were Sephardic communities, which had come from Spain and Portugal-others were Arab and Berber Jews from Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, who were already living in North Africa before the Jewish exodus from the Iberian Peninsula-and to a smaller degree members of the Ashkenazi Jewish communities, who survived the WWII and the Holocaust.
First, explicitly praising Africa would have been offensive to the many immigrants who fled Algeria and other North African countries because of the economic adversity they faced there, and many rappers probably had parents who had done so.
Algeria has had longstanding border disagreements with Morocco, which, although now basically resolved, continue to linger as a factor in the consistently troubled but generally non-violent relations between the two neighbouring nations.
By the late 1950s, in Algeria, the FLN had launched its War of Independence.
It was officially formed in Francoist Spain, in Madrid in January 1961, as a response by some French politicians and French military officers to the 8 January 1961 referendum on self-determination concerning Algeria, which had been organized by General de Gaulle.
It was the most wanton carnage that Algeria had witnessed in eight years of savage warfare.
The reason given for the war was that the viceroy of Algeria, angry about French failure to pay its debts stemming from Napoleon's invasion of Egypt, had struck the French ambassador with the handle of his fly swat.
Algeria had been under French rule since 1830.
Morocco's claims had official support from the Arab League, except for Algeria, which reinstated its recognition of Spanish sovereignty over the exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla.

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Today Algeria contains, in its literary landscape, big names having not only marked the Algerian literature, but also the universal literary heritage in Arabic and French.
There are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Algeria including Al Qal ' a of Beni Hammad, the first capital of the Hammadid empire ; Tipasa, a Phoenician and later Roman town ; and Djémila and Timgad, both Roman ruins ; M ' Zab Valley, a limestone valley containing a large urbanized oasis ; also the Casbah of Algiers is an important citadel.
November 13, 354 – August 28, 430 ), also known as St. Augustine, St. Austin, or St. Augoustinos, was bishop of Hippo Regius ( present-day Annaba, Algeria ).
He also collected in Moldavia, Wallachia and in 1913 in Algeria.
It is also known as: taam ( طعام ) in Algeria and Morocco ; Kuseksi-in Tunisia, Libya and Kuskusi ( كسكسي ) in Egypt.
In Algeria and Morocco it is also served, sometimes at the end of a meal or just by itself, as a delicacy called " seffa ".
French citizens also migrated in large numbers, mainly to the colonies in the north African Maghreb region: 1. 3 million settled in Algeria ; 200, 000 in Morocco ; 100, 000 in Tunisia ; while only 20, 000 migrated to French Indochina.
came to represent aspects of the multiple political and cultural engagements of Guattari: the Group for Young Hispanics, the Franco-Chinese Friendships ( in the times of the popular communes ), the opposition activities with the wars in Algeria and Vietnam, the participation in the M. N. E. F., with the U. N. E. F., the policy of the offices of psychological academic aid ( B. A. P. U. ), the organisation of the University Working Groups ( G. T. U. ), but also the reorganizations of the training courses with the Centers of Training to the Methods of Education Activities ( C. E. M. E. A.
Hezbollah also denounced the massacres in Algeria by Armed Islamic Group, Al-Gama ’ a al-Islamiyya attacks on tourists in Egypt, and the murder of Nick Berg.
** Heads of government of Algeria ( see also: Prime Ministers of Algeria
There are also plans for a trans-Saharan road linking Mali with Algeria.
Only eight African countries are not geopolitically a part of Sub-Saharan Africa: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Western Sahara ( claimed by Morocco ), Sudan and South Sudan, they form the UN subregion of Northern Africa which also makes up the largest bloc of the Arab World.
The Arab states of Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria also contributed troops and arms.
Algeria contains many Roman remains besides those mentioned and is also rich in monuments of Saracenic art.
) The arrival of the Pieds-Noirs, refugees from Algeria after 1962 independence, also gave the city a boost and somewhat changed the make-up of its population and traditional views.
Aside from Ghana, it comprised also Algeria, Guinea, Morocco, Egypt, Mali and Libya.
* Streets were also named after him in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, in Budapest, Hungary ( between 1961 and 1990 ); Jakarta ( between 1945 to 1967 ); Belgrade, Serbia ; Sofia, Bulgaria ( until 1991-2 ) Skopje, Republic of Macedonia ; Bata and Malabo, Equatorial Guinea ; Tehran, Iran ; Algiers, Algeria ( Rue Patrice Lumumba ); Santiago de Cuba, Cuba ( since 1960, formerly Avenida de Bélgica ); Łódź, Warsaw, Poland ; Kiev, Ukraine ; Perm, Russia ; Rabat, Morocco ; Maputo, Mozambique ; Leipzig, Germany ; Lusaka, Zambia (" Lumumba Street "); Kampala, Uganda (" Lumumba Avenue "); Tunis, Tunisia ; Fort-de-France, Martinique ; Montpellier, France ; Accra, Ghana ; Antananarivo, Madagascar ; Rotterdam, Netherlands ; Alexandria, Egypt and Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
He also travelled outside the bounds of Europe, heading to French-controlled Algeria in 1908 on doctor's orders as a treatment for asthma and the depression that crippled him after his submission failed to win the Ricordi Prize, a coveted award for composition.
Although Malta is situated in Europe, it is located farther south than African Tunis, capital of Tunisia, Algiers, capital of Algeria, Tangier in Morocco and also Aleppo in Syria, and Mosul in Iraq in the Middle East.
Algeria has fought only one brief war after independence ( the Sand War, a border conflict with Morocco in 1963 ), but the country is also, like most Arab nations, formally at war with the Israel since 1948.
Algeria also has a small domestic military industry of its own.
Algeria can also be seen at the upper right.
The organization was also influenced by other movements, such as those for the independence of former colonies such as Algeria, Vietnam and Cuba.

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