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Algerians have launched a campaign to return a cock to its owner, who, after a complaint she lodged, was seized by the police at the Italian embassy in Algeria.
Algerian military judiciary, Said Bouteflika, the brother of former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has condemned and sentenced him to 15 years in prison, with the same sentence on the two generals, Tawfiq and Tarrag.
The regional international summit on Libya concluded its work in the German capital Berlin, with an agreement to implement the arms embargo to Libya and move the settlement path, and the formation of a military committee of 5 officers from the Al-Wefaq government and 5 others from the Libyan National Army with the aim of converting the current armistice into a permanent ceasefire.
North Africa:- The Amazighs celebrate these days by entering the year 2970, and the date for celebrating this holiday varies between the Amazighs between the twelfth and thirteenth of January, and the date varies between Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.
Algeria:- Algerian businessman and general manager of Ceftal Industrial Group, YaSaad Rabrab, has left El Harrach prison, where he spent the sentence during the trial period in the case of inflating bills and violating the legislation in the movement of capital to and from abroad.
Algeria: - The new chief of staff of the new Algerian national army, Said Chingriqa, did not explain the details of the plot that was facing the country, but stressed the army's general leadership had succeeded in thwarting it, prompting the media to say it was an indirect reference to the popular protest movement that toppled the president Former Algerian Abdelaziz Bouteflika this year.