Theresa, Stop Using EU Citizens As Bargaining Chips! British Expats In The EU Are NOT In Danger

Dr Michael Arnheim | Posted 03.03.2017 | UK Politics
Dr Michael Arnheim

Dear Theresa - You suffered a humiliating defeat in the House of Lords on 1 March 2017 on the rights of EU citizens after Brexit. But you still stubbornly refuse to accept this. Instead, you cling to the irrational intention of using EU citizens' rights as a bargaining chip in the Brexit negotiations.

Art Deep Rooted In Algeria

Naila Missous | Posted 19.09.2016 | UK Entertainment
Naila Missous

A tangled branch and a bent twig that can distort the imagination and send it into overdrive. How the mind of an artist truly works is something that can never be put into words; rather the creation speaks volumes. And indeed, that is so with Djeloul Esahli, resident and artist of Tipaza.

Algeria to New Caledonia: An Exile

Naila Missous | Posted 09.07.2017 | UK
Naila Missous

Algerians of New Caledonia, known as Algerians of the Pacific are a group men that were deported by French Authorities to labour camps on the islands of New Caledonia in 1873, just off the coast of Australia. Why? As punishment for participating in the 1871 uprising against the French Colonial Administration in Algeria.

Chasing Tradition in Algeria

Naila Missous | Posted 31.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Naila Missous

Like many countries, Algeria prides itself in an array of traditional clothing, each with a unique history. For both men and women, the existence of t...

Think We've Got It Bad? These Are The Hottest Countries In The World

The Huffington Post UK | Eve Hartley | Posted 01.07.2015 | UK

In Britain an somewhat unprecedented heatwave has seen temperatures march towards 35C - but some countries might regard that as a cool breeze. Some...

Algerians Are Taking Leg Selfies After Student Was Banned From Exam For Wearing A Skirt

The Huffington Post UK | Lucy Sherriff | Posted 18.05.2015 | UK Universities & Education

Algerian women are taking pictures of their bare legs in solidarity with a student who was banned from her exam for wearing a skirt which came above h...

Algeria: North Africa's Reluctant Policeman

Imad Mesdoua | Posted 28.11.2014 | UK Politics
Imad Mesdoua

The fierce debate raging inside the Algerian regime over greater or less interventionist action will continue. For now, North Africa's 'reluctant policeman' will no doubt stick to a number of its non-interventionist dogmas. However, should a cataclysmic event like In Amenas occur on Algerian soil once more, the country will have no choice but to take decisive action.

Herve Gourdel Beheaded By Islamic State Affiliate

AP/Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.09.2014 | UK

An Algerian splinter group from al-Qaida has beheaded a French hostage over France's airstrikes on the Islamic State group, in a sign of the possible ...

French Hostage Taken 'On Behalf Of IS' Raises Fears Over Terror Group's Reach

The Huffington Post UK/AP | Posted 23.09.2014 | UK

Fears are growing that Westerners could be targeted across the Middle East and north Africa after an Islamist splinter group kidnapped a Frenchman in ...

Five Places Backpackers Have to Visit Before the Crowds Descend

Tom McLoughlin | Posted 27.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Tom McLoughlin

For as long as those with backpacks have travelled, the most enticing places to visit have been those that remain untouched by mass tourism. The places where the locals are intrigued by visitors and are happy to chat away and share their knowledge of their country and find out why you are there.

Tributes To 'Easy-Go Fella' David Morganm, Brit Killed In Air Algerie Crash

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 26.07.2014 | UK

Tributes have been paid to a British teacher killed when an Air Algerie flight crashed in Mali on Thursday. David Morgan, reportedly from Liverpool...

British Man Confirmed Dead In Air Algerie Crash

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.07.2014 | UK

A British man died onboard Air Algerie flight AH 5107 which crashed in northern Mali killing least 116 people, the Foreign Office has confirmed. "I...

Four Countries Whose Footballing Stock Has Drastically Improved This World Cup

Joe Difford | Posted 13.09.2014 | UK Sport
Joe Difford

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has been thrilling right from the first whistle ... Here are the top four countries whose reputation and status on the international stage has experienced a drastic improvement.

Preview: Belgium vs Algeria

Daniel Tannenbaum | Posted 16.08.2014 | UK Sport
Daniel Tannenbaum

Belgium go into this match as firm favourites. With the depth in their squad and their current run of form, the Belgium boys will be hungry for their first competitive match in a major tournament in over a decade.

Algeria's Election: A Date With Destiny

Neil Durkin | Posted 09.06.2014 | UK Politics
Neil Durkin

You might say 17 April is a date with destiny for Algeria. Under pressure to secure the Maghreb and important oil and gas fields, surely Algeria in 2014 won't be tempted to swerve toward Egypt's current draconian behaviour. Will it?

The Algerian Presidential Elections: The Burlesque, the Tragicomic and the Farcical

Hamza Hamouchene | Posted 26.05.2014 | UK Politics
Hamza Hamouchene

Algeria's next Presidential elections will be held on 17th April 2014 and for the last few months; this important electoral rendezvous showed all the hallmarks of a masquerade, consistent with almost all the elections in the history of the Algerian state since independence in 1962.

Britain Is Getting Cosy With Another Authoritarian Regime in North Africa

Hamza Hamouchene | Posted 06.11.2013 | UK Politics
Hamza Hamouchene

Lord Risby, David Cameron's Special Trade Envoy to Algeria will be leading an important trade delegation to the country next week. UK foreign policy aims to lock North African natural gas into the European and British grid and is heavily influenced by arms and fossil fuel corporate interests.

Tunisia's Militant Struggle: Elusive Militants of Chaambi Mountains Could be Linked to Algeria

Tam Hussein | Posted 01.10.2013 | UK Politics
Tam Hussein

The Tunisian army is currently fighting militants on the Algerian border in the governorate of Kasserine. The military operation in the Chaambi Mountains is being conducted in close collaboration with their Algerian counterparts. In spite of this, the militants have inflicted considerable damage on the Tunisian army.

'Stop Handing Ransoms To Terrorists'

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 18.06.2013 | UK Politics

David Cameron is to urge all G8 leaders to commit their countries not to pay terror ransoms in an international effort to cut off extremists' funding....

Middle Eastern and North African Women Need to Challenge Prevailing Restrictive and Legal Practices Not from the West, But From the Islamic Tradition Itself

Naila Missous | Posted 05.06.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Naila Missous

Muslim women, just as women off all religious affiliations and backgrounds, struggle against various forms of gender discrimination. What is important, is to distinguish between constraints imposed by Islam as a religion and the Patriarchal cultural norms that predate Islam. Legal restrictions on women's autonomy are often an amalgamation of the two.

Algerian Hostage Mastermind 'Killed In Mali'

The Huffington Post UK | Tom Moseley | Posted 03.03.2013 | UK

The former al-Qaeda leader believed to have been behind the Algerian hostage attack has reportedly been killed. Mokhtar Belmokhtar was killed by Ch...

Mali: Why the Hardest Part Is Yet to Come

Imad Mesdoua | Posted 22.04.2013 | UK Politics
Imad Mesdoua

As Mali's northern provinces become more secure, Islamist militants will increasingly engage in targeted attacks, using asymmetric warfare to test international troops and regain the upper hand.

Mali, Algeria, Libya and the New Front Line In 'Energy Diplomacy'

Patrick Kane | Posted 16.04.2013 | UK Politics
Patrick Kane

The military cooperation agreements announced last month with Algeria and Libya are part of UK 'energy diplomacy' aimed at securing access to strategic resources in North Africa. Both countries are identified in the UK Energy Security Strategy as producers of gas and oil which are important trading partners and hence countries which are important to the UK's energy security.

Hague To Announce Human Rights Programme As Part Of Fight Against Terrorism

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 15.04.2013 | UK Politics

Britain is to mount an ambitious programme of support for human rights amongst key allies as part of the ongoing war on terrorism, Foreign Secretary W...

A Safer Future Is Within Our Grasp - We Will Not Rest Until We Have Secured It

William Hague | Posted 14.04.2013 | UK Politics
William Hague

On average a man, women or child dies every minute as a result of armed violence.Two thirds die in countries that are not officially in conflict. Violence fuelled by illegal arms diverts resources away from schools, healthcare and critical infrastructure. It undermines sustainable development, eats away at stability and robs millions of their future.