The 5,600-km Nigeria-Morocco Gas Pipeline project traverses 13 African countries along Atlantic coast and would be linked to Maghreb–Europe Gas Pipeline in order to reach Europe via Algeria.
Nairobi rescinds its recognition of the area controlled by Polisario movement, which seeks independence of Western Sahara from Rabat after President William Ruto meets Moroccan FM Nasser Bourita.
In meeting with Staffan de Mistura, Front leaders reiterate "legitimate" aim for self-determination and independence of Western Sahara, a disputed territory claimed in entirety by Morocco.
Spain's Civil Guard says police found the bodies of seven migrants in three areas off the country's southeastern coast and officials are not ruling out finding more bodies in the coming hours and days.
The visiting French President could be seen waving at onlookers in Algeria's Oran city even as the slogan-shouting group continued with its protest.
French president should face his country's colonialist past instead of blaming Türkiye and other countries, says Türkiye’s Foreign Ministry.
Rabat recalls its ambassador after Tunisian President Kais Saied receives Brahim Ghali of Polisario Front that is seeking independence for Western Sahara, a disputed territory Morocco regards as its own.
The French president's trip follows months of tensions between Paris and Algiers, which earlier this year marked six decades of independence following 132 years of French colonial rule.
President Emmanuel Macron arrives in Algeria for a three-day visit aimed at mending ties with the former French colony, which this year marked the 60th anniversary of its independence.
While the Algerian side did not disclose the date of the visit, the Elysee Palace said President Emmanuel Macron will visit Algeria from August 25-27.
Sixteen fires are still burning across seven districts but those in worst-hit eastern areas, El Tarf and Souk Ahras, are under control, officials say.
At least 38 people have been killed and dozens more injured in forest fires that have devastated Algeria.
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