ALGIERS- Six (06) people died and 20 others were injured over the last 24 hours in road accidents across the national territory indicated Sunday, a toll of the services of the Civil Protection.
ALGIERS- More than 1600 people died in 12 358 road accidents in the first six months of 2017 said Wednesday in Algiers, the director of the National Centre for Prevention and Road Safety (CNPSR) Ahmed Nait El-Hocine.
ALGIERS - Fifty-two people died and 1,928 others were injured in traffic accidents during the period from July 23rd to 29th, according to a report prepared Tuesday by the Civil Protection services.
ALGIERS- Nearly 96% of road accidents that occurred in the first half of 2017 are due to human factor, said the National Centre of Road Prevention and Security (CNPSR).
ALGIERS – The National Center of Prevention and Road Safety (CNPSR) recorded 12,358 road accidents, killing 1,695 and wounding 17,715 during the first half of 2017, the centre said in a report.
ALGIERS-Forty-eight people died and 2,047 others were injured in road accidents that occurred countrywide in one week, the Civil Protection announced Tuesday in a toll.
ALGIERS-Minister of National Solidarity, the Family and Women's Affairs on Monday received Representative of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) to Algeria Marc Lucet, and ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to Algeria Marin Andrijasevic.
MOSTAGANEM- Minister of National Solidarity, the Family and the Women's Affairs Ghania Eddalia said Saturday in Mostaganem that the celebration of the National Children's Day, coinciding with the 15 of July, was a national achievement that reflected the political will of President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika to lay the foundations for a state of law and justice through administrative, judicial, social and political reforms.
ALGIERS-Algeria's population has reached 41.7 million on 1 July 2017 against 30.1 million in 2000, according to a document on the demographic and health situation (2000-2017) released Tuesday by the Ministry of Health, the Population and Hospital Reform.
ALGIERS-Minister of Religious Affairs Mohamed Aissa announced Sunday in Algiers the upcoming opening of an electronic portal enabling hajjis' relatives to follow their movements in the Holy Places through free electronic chips that will replace the electronic bracelets "object of a great controversy".