Many Algerians say Thursday's election is just more of the same — and even after 10 months of protests, they're not done yet.
The protests have successfully ousted the country's 82-year-old leader. Sort of.
The ethnic group celebrates divorces as hard as they do weddings.
Lawsuit by former Montreal resident is the latest court battle to hit Canadian officials over intelligence sharing with the U.S.
The country has imposed a digital blackout after questions from the 2016 International Baccalaureate exam were leaked on Facebook earlier this month.
Some electronic music by Ahmed Malek, "the Algerian Ennio Morricone" was found by label Habibi Funk.
The Sahrawi singer discusses the process and motivations behind her new album 'Abbar el Hamada,' which addresses 40 years of Western Sahara occupation.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon has managed to anger Moroccan officials by visiting a refugee camp filled with refugees from Western Sahara and referring to Morocco's presence in the territory as an "occupation."
The governmental practice of editing-out sensual contact from films takes center stage in Adel Abdessemed's new drawing series.
At least three people were reportedly arrested during several coordinated raids that took place early Monday morning involving hundreds of police officers.
General Mohamed Mediene had been running the country's intelligence service since November 1990, and was one of the last serving generals who fomented the coup to annul the January 1992 general election, which led to civil war.