Algiers

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Synonyms for Algiers

an ancient port on the Mediterranean

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ALGIERS -- Pakistan Navy Ship ASLAT visited Port Algiers, Algeria from as part of overseas deployment to Mediterranean and European countries.
Islamabad -- Pakistan Navy Ship ASLAT visited Port Algiers, Algeria fromas part of overseas deployment to Mediterranean and European countries.
Islamabad -- Pakistan Navy Ship ASLAT visited Port Algiers, Algeria from as part of overseas deployment to Mediterranean and European countries.
KARACHI -- Pakistan Navy Ship ASLAT visited Port Algiers, Algeria from as part of overseas deployment to Mediterranean and European countries.
An employee stands near the headquarters of state energy company Sonatrach in Algiers, Algeria, June 26, 2016.
ALGIERS, Algeria -- A hulking military transport plane crashed just after takeoff in Algeria Wednesday, killing 257 people in the worst aviation disaster in the North African nation's history and plunging the country into mourning.
The Cabinet was briefed on a review on the 15th Ministerial Conference of International Energy Forum held in Algiers, Algeria from 26 - 27/12/1437 H, expressing its satisfaction over the outcome of the conference and the continuation of cooperation, coordination and discussion among producing and consuming countries of energy, and relevant companies and international organizations, and the forum's concentration on dialogue to stabilize the market in short and long terms.
Mokraoui earned his MD from the University of Algiers School of Medicine in Algiers, Algeria. He interned in endocrinology at McKeesport Hospital in McKeesport, PA., and did his fellowship in cardiology at Brooklyn-Cumberland Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Summary: ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) -- With its oil riches a decade past their peak, Algeria is under pressure to overhaul and open its economy.
Foreign Minister of Tajikistan Sirodzhidin Aslov participated in the 17th Ministerial Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) that took place in Algiers, Algeria on May 28-29, the press service of the Ministry reported.
State Department Spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki confirmed in a statement that Kerry will postpone his travel to Algiers, Algeria and Rabat, Morocco.
Representatives of twenty-two Arab countries and Arab League officials are taking part in the event, being held in Algiers, Algeria. The ministers will discuss preparations for the World Telecommunications Development Summit, scheduled to be held in Sharm Al-Sheikh Resort in Egypt in January 2014 and the conference of International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Commissioners.
In addition, services to Warsaw, Poland, and Algiers, Algeria, begin in the first quarter of 2013.