ALGIERS- The success rate at the primary school leaving exam for 2017 reached 89.38% nationwide, announced Thursday the National Education Minister Nouria Benghabrit on its facebook account.
BECHAR- The Syrian nationals, stranded in Moroccan territory since 17 April, have not been able to enter, as expected, the Algerian territory through Beni Ounif border crossing, 110 km north of Bechar, as the Moroccan authorities are dithering and thus hampering this humanitarian operation.
ALGIERS- Algeria has condemned the attacks targeting the Iranian Parliament building and the mausoleum of Imam Khomeini in Teheran Wednesday morning, dubbing them "criminal acts."
ALGIERS- The minister of National Education Nouria Benghebrit said Wednesday, that the results of the primary school leaving exam will be announced Thursday, starting from 2:00 p.m. on the website of the National Examination and Competitive Examination Office (ONEC) at http://cinq.onec.dz. 760.652 students, 47.93% of girls took the primary school leaving exam on 24 May.
ALGIERS- Algeria has provisionally lifted the measures to receive and provide support to a group of Syrian nationals stranded in Figuig (Morocco) since 17 April 2017, regretting that despite all the arrangements that have been made to receive this group of migrants, the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) hasn’t been able to reach a solution, said Wednesday the spokesman of Foreign Affairs Ministry Abdelaziz Benali Cherif.
ALGIERS- Expert Ahmed Mizab dubbed Tuesday, in Algiers, important for the African countries to measure the extent of security threat and enquire about new forms of crime to ensure the success of the African Mechanism for Police Cooperation (AFRIPOL).

Tebboune receives Egyptian, Tunisian FMs

Tuesday, 06 June 2017 12:45
ALGIERS-Premier Abdelmadjid Tebboune on Tuesday has received Egyptian and Tunisian Foreign Ministers, Sameh Shoukri and Khemaies Jhinaoui respectively, who partook in the tripartite meeting on Libya Monday in Algiers, the Premier's office said in a statement.
ALGIERS – Foreign Ministers of Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt on Monday in Algiers called for abstaining from taking any measure likely to hamper the political settlement process in Libya. They also renewed support to the political solution through inclusive dialogue, the rejection of foreign interference and the military option.
ALGIERS-Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdelkader Messahel stressed Monday in Algiers coordination between Libya's neighbouring countries, particularly Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt, was "permanent" with a view to supporting Libyans and resolving the crisis shaking that country, far from any foreign interference.
ALGIERS - Algeria follows with great concern the deterioration of the relations between some Gulf States and countries of the region, and their repercussions on the Arab unity and solidarity, said Tuesday a communiqué of Foreign Affairs Ministry.