The years of conflict in the 1990s have given the government valuable expertise in heading off extremism before it has time to flourish.
Has Algeria Taken an Anti-IS Vaccine?
IRIN, 28 September 2016
As so-called Islamic State recruits members from across the world, one Muslim country has set itself apart. Despite its geographic proximity to extremist-prone regions and a… Read more »
Young Algerians are joining IS in relatively low numbers.
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Despite its geographic proximity to extremist-prone regions and a chequered past of militancy, Algeria, on the southern shores of the Mediterranean, has fewer IS recruits than many other Muslim ... see more »
The House of Representatives have rejected the administration's proposed line-up for a government of national unity. Read more »
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