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  • Earlier Tuesday, an Algerian newspaper reported that the government has moved to partially close Algeria's southeastern border with Libya after members of Gadhafi's family fled across it.

    Algeria: Gadhafi's daughter gives birth

  • Algerian news reports had said Aisha's pregnancy was one reason for Algeria's controversial decision to take the family in.

    Algeria: Gadhafi's daughter gives birth

  • More photos and interactive graphics In an effort to restore calm and avoid uprisings similar to those that led to the ousting of authoritarian rulers in Tunisia and Egypt earlier this year, Mr. Bouteflika's government has said it will move faster in tapping funds from Algeria's rich oil and gas resources to build more houses, roads and schools.

    Algerian Protesters Clash With Riot Police

  • Sonatrach has since vowed to turn the page by adopting stringent internal controls, following appointments at the helm of Algeria's energy industry.

    Former Algerian Oil Boss Jailed for Graft

  • "That is how we can modernize Algeria without plunging into uncharted political territory and violence," said Abdelhamid Si Afif, a senior member of Algeria's National Liberation Front, a party that backs Mr. Bouteflika.

    Algerian Protesters Clash With Riot Police

  • Algeria's Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci has repeatedly stated that his country wished to observe "strict neutrality" in the war between Libyan rebels led by the NTC and forces loyal to Col.

    As Gadhafi Kin Flee, Rebels Try to Secure Oil

  • Algeria's notoriously heavy hand is off the wheel, they look away as their Polisario Front handmaidens increase suffering in the refugee camps.

    Elizabeth Blackney: Truth in the Sahara: Refugees and Hostages

  • Algeria's notoriously heavy hand is off the wheel, they look away as their Polisario Front handmaidens increase suffering in the refugee camps.

    Elizabeth Blackney: Truth in the Sahara: Refugees and Hostages

  • Ditto for Tunisia's deposed dictator, Jordan's nervous king, Yemen's and Algeria's reviled presidents and perhaps also the dangerously out-of-touch House of Saud.

    A New Freedom Agenda

  • It led to several months of paralysis at Africa's largest hydrocarbons company and fueled public suspicions of corruption in Algeria's tight-knit power circles.

    Former Algerian Oil Boss Jailed for Graft

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