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Ending interference of US, foreigners key to solving regional issues: Raeisi
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said the presence of the United States and other foreign powers lie at the root of insecurity in the region, and that ending such interventionist policies is the main solution to the existing problems.
Iran hails Algerian support for Syria’s return to Arab League
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian praised Algeria for its logical stance in support of Syria’s return to the Arab League.
Algeria president says won’t make ‘first move’ to ease tensions with France
Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune said he has no intention of making the “first move” to ease tensions with former colonial power France following a row over incendiary comments by his French counterpart.
Algeria recalls envoy, bans French military planes over Macron’s ‘inadmissible’ interference
Algiers: Crimes of colonial France in Algeria genocide, innumerable
Algeria's ex-president Bouteflika dies at 84
Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who ruled Algeria for two decades before resigning in 2019 as huge protests engulfed the country, died on Friday aged 84, public television announced.
Algeria cuts diplomatic ties with Morocco over ‘hostile actions’
Algeria's Foreign Minister Ramtane Lamamra said Tuesday that his country has severed diplomatic relations with Morocco due to "hostile actions", following months of resurgent tensions between the North African rivals.
Wildfires continue to rage across Mediterranean
The scorching temperatures across the Mediterranean have increased the risk of blazes, which have already devastated parts of Italy, Turkey, Greece, Algeria and Tunisia, with the bulk of Spain and Portugal's regions put on high alert for wildfires.
Tehran sympathizes with Algeria over massive wildfire
Spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry Saeed Khatibzadeh expressed sympathy over the massive wildfires that have engulfed northern regions of Algeria, killing and injuring scores of people.
Seven dead as wildfires rage across Algeria
Wildfires fanned by blistering temperatures and tinder-dry conditions have killed at least seven people in Algeria, the interior minister said Tuesday, adding the fires had criminal origins.
Algeria marks first national day of remembrance over France’s 1945 mass killings
Algeria on Saturday honored thousands killed by French forces in 1945, as the North African country waits for Paris to apologize for its colonial-era crimes.
Thousands rally in Algiers on second anniversary of protest movement
Thousands of demonstrators defied a heavy police presence in Algiers on Monday for a march to mark the second anniversary of a mass protest movement that convulsed Algeria before the COVID-19 pandemic forced it off the streets.
Macron rules out official apology for colonial abuses in Algeria
French President Emmanuel Macron ruled out issuing an official apology for colonial abuses in Algeria, his office said on Wednesday.

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