Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni is starting a two-day visit to Algeria with a focus on increasing energy supplies from the north African nation.
Algeria closed its airspace to all Moroccan flights in September 2021, the month after it cut off diplomatic ties with its rival, accusing it of "hostile acts".
The North African country won its independence from France following an eight-year war in 1962.
The country's emergency services warned that a "lack of ventilation, poor assembly (of heaters), lack of maintenance, or the use of devices not intended for heating" can cause carbon monoxide poisoning and death.
UNICEF says around 20.2 million children are under the threat of severe hunger, thirst and disease as climate crisis, conflict, global inflation and grain shortages devastate the region.
While the prospects are exciting for the continent, governments and companies must ensure that the native populations get access to the alternative energy sources.
The court ruling was related to the death of a man falsely accused of starting forest fires last August, which killed at least 90 people nationwide.
Out of the 16 victims, 14 were from African countries further south and two were Algerians, according to local media.
Both countries have agreed to encourage and support the joint work and existing joint ventures and the establishment of the new company.
Moscow has long sought to build alternate gas routes such as Türkiye to supply energy to Western countries and decrease its dependency on European pipeline tracks.
Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas in his address at the first Arab League summit since the United Arab Emirates normalised ties with the Jewish state in 2020, urges Arab leaders to boost support in the face of "crimes" by Israel.
President Abdelmadjid Tebboune opens Arab League summit in Algiers, urging the 22-member bloc to unite against escalating "tensions and crises".
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