Gassama case: Hafid Derradji fires red balls at CAF

Gassama case: Hafid Derradji fires red balls at CAF

Having trouble digesting the elimination of the national team from the next World Cup in Qatar, where the Gambian referee, Bakary Gassama, due to his vicious refereeing, influenced the result of the second leg of the play-offs against Cameroon . Hafid Derradji calls on all the presidents of the federations of African countries to fight … Read more

Algeria-Russia: Tebboune receives Lavrov and an invitation from Putin

Algeria-Russia: Tebboune receives Lavrov and an invitation from Putin

As announced, yesterday Monday, May 9, 2022, Sergei Lavrov the Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs, is on an official visit to Algeria, this Tuesday, May 10. The latter was received by the Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ramtane Lamamra at the international airport Houari Boumediene, during this morning. Lavrov began his visit, which coincides with … Read more

Players exported abroad: Algeria very poorly ranked

Joueurs exportés vers l’étranger : l’Algérie très mal classée

Algeria is a country that does not export too many players abroad. According to the annual study by the International Center for Sports Studies (CIES), only 55 Algerian players were expatriated during the 2017-2022 period. A balance sheet that hardly pleads in favor of our football. An annual study by the International Center for Sports … Read more

Accused of terrorism, Saïd Bouteflika faces a heavy case

Accusé de terrorisme, Saïd Bouteflika face à un lourd dossier

The legal cases follow one another for Saïd Bouteflika, the brother of the late ousted president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika. But this time, Saïd Bouteflika the case was entrusted to the anti-terrorist pole of the court of Sidi M’Hamed in Algiers. Indeed, the latter was charged and placed under arrest warrant for “terrorist financing” and “hidden election … Read more

Rare diseases in Algeria: consanguineous marriages singled out

Rare diseases in Algeria: consanguineous marriages singled out

Cellular metabolism disorders, immunodeficiency, scleroderma… Rare diseases are gaining ground in Algeria. The first reason, according to specialists: consanguineous marriages Speaking on national radio, Mouloud Moutchou, president of the El Moustakbel association for the fight against rare diseases and autism, revealed that his organization has identified more than 270 rare diseases throughout the national territory. … Read more