Sunday, 2nd October 2022


9 Nov 2019
The Kasbah of Algiers, a symbol of Algeria
6 Sep 2019
Five killed in stampede at a rap concert in Algeria
12 Jul 2019
AFCON 2019: Algeria and Tunisia reach a place in semi-finals.
24 Jun 2019
Algeria were "keen to get the competition off to a good start," says star striker Riyad Mahrez, who scored the second goal as his team cruised to a 2-0 victory over Africa Cup of Nations underdogs Kenya in their first game of the competition.
22 Jun 2019
Who will win Africa's biggest football championship? We asked some experts to give their predictions on the AFCON, and here is what they had to say.
16 Jun 2019
Meet Safia, a female activist seeking change in Algeria.
8 Apr 2019
Is Sudan the new Algeria? Thousands protest calling for President Bashir to step down.
4 Apr 2019
What next for Algeria?
29 Mar 2019
Algeria's army chief, Ahmed Gaid Salah, has urged President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down. Many Algerians support the move, but question whether the army has the legitimacy to take that kind of action.
17 Mar 2019
Could Algeria's economy be revived?
11 Apr 2018
An Algerian military plane crashed near an airport outside the capital Algiers on Wednesday (April 11), killing at least 100 people according to local media.
11 Aug 2017
Large Norwegian-made bore pipes on their way to Algeria are found wash up on England's Norfolk coast.


53 mins ago
One of the men accused of funding and supporting the genocide in Rwanda goes on trial in The Hague. Prosecutors say Félicien Kabuga played a crucial role in the mass killings, in which 800,000 people were killed over just three months in 1994.
53 mins ago
Conflict in Burkina Faso has displaced more than 2 million people, with many of them now fleeing south into Ghana as jihadi attacks continue. DW's Maxwell Suuk visited a camp hosting refugees from Burkina Faso close to the border.
53 mins ago
Pakistan was recently hit by the worst floods in its history. Hundreds of thousands of people are now living in dire conditions in the flooded areas, with little to no access to clean drinking water or sanitary facilities. This includes many pregnant women.
53 mins ago
We look at reactions from the European and world papers after Italy elected its first far-right leader. We also look at British reactions to the plummeting of the pound.
2 hours ago
The accusation comes as attitudes harden in the Islamic Republic against protests over the death of Mahsa Amini. Despite the rhetoric, demonstrators again demanded action.
2 hours ago
Artificial intelligence is already good at facial recognition. Just take one look at your smartphone and it unlocks. But can it read our feelings? A research team tested various AI programs.