The North African country - which has over nine million Facebook users - aims to cure compulsive users of technology through its rehab programme.
The mosque is being built as part of a complex that will include a one-million book library, a Koranic school and a museum of Islamic art and history
France prime minister's trip to North African country overshadowed by coverage row over Algerian ties to Panamanian law firm at centre of big leak.
Africa has about 165,000 High Net Worth Individuals, with combined wealth holdings of $860 billion
A radical Algerian preacher called for Daoud's death. "We are cursed," says Sansal, whose "2084" is a nightmare vision of an Orwellian Islamic state
'The misfortune of some makes for the happiness of others'--oil cash-starved Algeria starts wooing the investors it has long ignored.
Ouch! China's imports from Africa shrank nearly 40% in 2015 – it could get really painful for these countries
One is little-tracked but is possibly the most exposed, while even isolated Eritrea could catch a cold
As veteran leader ‘missing’ amid claims of a palace coup, Algeria’s leaders offer to give up some powers—including third term
Plan meant to avoid ‘anarchy’ as Abdelaziz Bouteflika's absence from public stokes major concerns, and crucial oil revenue tanks
The 1.9 million Russian tourists visiting Egypt is equivalent to the entire population of Gabon deciding to go on holiday!
What do Burundi, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Algeria, Tunisia, Cameroon, Uganda, Chad, Congo, Rwanda, have in common?
Over the last 15 years, from all corners of Africa, the term limit has been attacked. Critics say it's "foreign". Supporters say it brings stability.
Ties between France and its former colony have grown closer in recent years on under the Socialist government of president Francois Hollande.
The removal of the once-powerful intelligence chief, who had in 25 years seen five presidents come and go, seen as the coup de grace
In Zimbabwe's footsteps: Algeria rocked by power struggle as ailing leader Bouteflika purges rivals to 'retake' presidency
The oil-rich North African state has been ruled since 1999 by 78-year-old but concerns have been growing over how much longer he can stay in power.
The more the terrain changes under them, the better the veterans adapt. The Big Man has proved to be a very enduring African breed.
Globally disasters have grown steadily since 1990. Algeria is predicted to lose $991 million due to earthquakes.
A total of 141 new production facilities are now being built in Algeria, adding to 75 already in existence, according to the health ministry.
Further nails driven into the coffins of civilian types, who appeared to have enjoyed a resurgence just three years ago.
The law also safeguards the financial interests of married women and introduces the concept of harassment.
In Nigeria Boko Haram forces women to be bombers; in Algeria female 'imams' battle Islamist extremism
"Killing is a capital sin, so how is it that people can kill innocent ones in the name of Islam," asks Fatma Zohra