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17 April 2019
After 30 years of dictatorship in Sudan, historic mass protests have achieved the fall of President Omar Al-Bashir in a forced 'palace coup' by the generals. Following this, a 'transitional military council' was established, with defence minister Amhed Awad Ibn Auf sworn in as president.
10 April 2019
The force of the revolutionary movement in Algeria is similar to that of the first weeks of the Arab Spring
27 March 2019
Every Friday since 22 February hundreds of thousands of Algerians have been protesting against their president
31 December 2013
Letter sent by Keith Dickinson to "Revolutionary History", 11 August 2013
23 January 2013
The four-day hostage crisis at the In Amenas gas facility in south east Algeria and its bloody outcome have sent shockwaves internationally
3 October 2012
Colonialism, national liberation and revolutionary struggle: Fifty years ago, in 1962, the 'Algerian war', one of the longest and bloodiest anti-colonial conflicts, ended with the victory of the Algerian fighters against French imperialism...
22 February 2011
"Ten days that shook the world" (Guardian). From Tunisia, to Egypt, to Bahrain, to Libya, to Yemen, to Djibouti and Morocco, the revolution that was sparked by the self-immolation of the desperate and heroic street seller in Tunisia has erupted throughout the Middle East. An edited version of this article appeared in The Socialist newspaper.
7 April 2010
THE BEGINNING of 2010 has been marked by an intensification of struggles by the workers and poor of Algeria, writes Cedric Gerome, Committee for a Workers' International (CWI).
13 October 2005
THE ALGERIAN regime claimed an overwhelming (and totally unbelievable) 97% 'yes' vote and 80% turnout in its referendum on a 'peace and reconciliation charter', held on 29 September...
7 March 2003
TUESDAY 25 February. Thousands of factories had to close down; the sky was without planes, the streets without public transport, banks and offices were closed, the printing presses of the daily papers
17 January 2003
SECTIONS OF the media have been raising the possibility that a war with Iraq could become Blair's 'Suez'. DAVE CARR looks at what happened when British imperialism invaded Egypt in 1956
29 June 2001
ALGERIA'S SHADOWY regime - le pouvoir - has been rocked by the largest mass protests for over a decade, writes Manny Thain.
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