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Algeria Geography algerian geography is various with from north to south coastalplains, the Tellien atlas, steppes and the Sahara dessert. http://www.hridir.org/countries/algeria/
Extractions: The prevailing wind is from north to north east in the north of the country but not in the Sahara dessert. The yearly average temperature is 14 °C (in the north) and 24 °C (in the Sahara). The yearly average precipitation ranges from 400 to 700 mm (in the north) and is less than 150 mm in the Sahara. The yearly average days with rain is less than 100 days (in the north) and less than 30 days in the Sahara. Algeria thus has a semi arid climate in the north which is well suited to horticulture for the most of the year (especially in winter and spring); and has an arid climate in the Sahara. Geography
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Extractions: Algeria Background: After a century of rule by France, Algeria became independent in 1962. The surprising first round success of the fundamentalist FIS (Islamic Salvation Front) party in the December 1991 balloting caused the army to intervene, crack down on the FIS, and postpone the subsequent elections. The FIS response has resulted in a continuous low-grade civil conflict with the secular state apparatus, which nonetheless has allowed elections featuring pro-government and moderate religious-based parties. FIS's armed wing, the Islamic Salvation Army, disbanded itself in January 2000 and many armed militants surrendered under an amnesty program designed to promote national reconciliation. Nevertheless, residual fighting continues. Other concerns include Berber unrest, large-scale unemployment, a shortage of housing, and the need to diversify the petroleum-based economy. Short Form Algeria Local Short Form Al Jaza'ir Long Form People's Democratic Republic of Algeria Local Long Form Al Jumhuriyah al Jaza'iriyah ad Dimuqratiyah Script Form Algeria Abbreviated Form Algeria Former Name Algeria Territory of NA Algeria Head of State President Abdelaziz BOUTEFLIKA
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Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z B Related Category: Algerian Political Geography BEchar [b A Pronunciation Key , formerly Colomb-BEchar Pronunciation Key , town (1998 pop. 131,010), capital of BEchar prov., W Algeria. It is an important administrative center in a mining (coal, copper, magnesium, iron) and industrial region. BEchar also serves as a major shipping point for coal. It is noted for its jewelry and leatherwork. The town was established in 1905 as a French military post to control the then-turbulent Algerian-Moroccan border. Content on this web site is provided for informational purposes only. We accept no responsibility for any loss, injury or inconvenience sustained by any person resulting from information published on this site. We encourage you to verify any critical information with the relevant authorities. About Us Contact Us Privacy Links Directory ...
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Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z M Related Category: Algerian Political Geography Mascara u r u Pronunciation Key , town (1998 pop. 80,797), NW Algeria. The town is also known as Mouaskar. It is an administrative center, a garrison town, and a marketplace, noted for its white wine and for its trade in cereals, leather goods, and tobacco. Mascara occupies the site of a Roman settlement. During the 18th cent. it served as capital of the Turkish province in W Algeria. It later became a headquarters of the Algerian emir Abd al-Kadir, from whom the French captured (and destroyed) it in 1835; they lost it briefly and then reoccupied it in 1841.
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Extractions: Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Algeria The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria is a country in northern Africa bordering the Mediterranean Sea in the north, Tunisia in the northeast, Libya in the east, Niger in the southeast, Mali and Mauritania in the southwest, and Morocco in the west (the Moroccan border is closed http://www.sahara-overland.com/routes/ ). Click the link for more information. Location: Northern Africa Africa is the world's second-largest continent in both area and population, after Asia. At c. 30,244,050 km (11,677,240 mi ) including the islands, it covers 20.3% of the total land area on Earth, and with over 800 million human inhabitants it accounts for around one seventh of Earth's human population. The ancient Romans used the name Africa terra Afer may be the Phoenician `afar , dust; the Afridi tribe, who dwelt in Northern Africa around the area of Carthage; Greek aphrike , without cold; or Latin aprica , sunny.
Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z A Related Category: Algerian Political Geography Algeria [alj E E u Pronunciation Key , Arab. Al Djazair, Fr. AlgErie, officially Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria, republic (1995 est. pop. 28,539,000), 919,590 sq mi (2,381,741 sq km), NW Africa, bordering on Mauritania, Western Sahara, and Morocco in the west, on the Mediterranean Sea in the north, on Tunisia and Libya in the east, and on Niger and Mali in the south. Algiers is the capital and largest city. Sections in this article:
Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z A Related Category: Algerian Political Geography Algiers [alj E Pronunciation Key , Arab. Al-Jaza'Ir, Fr. Alger [Alzh A Pronunciation Key , city (1998 pop. 1,519,570), capital of Algeria, N Algeria, on the Bay of Algiers of the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the leading ports of North Africa (wine, citrus fruit, iron ore, cork, and cereals are the major exports), as well as a commercial center. Industries include metallurgy, oil refining, automotive construction, machine-building, and the production of chemicals, tobacco, paper, and cement. Founded by the Phoenicians and called Icosium by the Romans, the city disappeared after the fall of the Roman Empire. Many of the Moors expelled from Spain in 1492 settled in Algiers. In 1511 the Spanish occupied an island in the city's harbor, but they were driven out when Barbarossa captured Algiers for the Turks. Algiers then became a base for the Muslim fleet that preyed upon Christian commerce in the Mediterranean (see
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Geography - Merriam-Webster's Atlas In the early 19th century, during the French conquest of North Africa, algerian resistancefighters led by Emir Abdelkader supposedly raised the current flag. http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/nytmaps.pl?algeria
Extractions: Source: The Library of Congress Country Studies A new generation of Muslim leadership emerged in Algeria at the time of World War I and grew to maturity during the 1920s and 1930s. It consisted of a small but influential class of évolués , other Algerians whose perception of themselves and their country had been shaped by wartime experiences, and a body of religious reformers and teachers. Some of these people were members of the few wealthy Muslim families that had managed to insinuate themselves into the colonial system in the 1890s and had with difficulty succeeded in obtaining for their sons the French education so coveted by progressive Algerians. Others were among the about 173,000 Algerians who had served in the French army during World War I or the several hundred thousand more who had assisted the French war effort by working in factories. In France they became aware of a standard of living higher than any they had known at home and of democratic political concepts, taken for granted by Frenchmen in France, which colons, soldiers, and bureaucrats had refused to apply to the Muslim majority in Algeria. Some Algerians also became acquainted with the pan-Arab nationalism growing in the Middle East. Data as of December 1993 NOTE: The information regarding Algeria on this page is re-published from The Library of Congress Country Studies. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Algeria Algerian Nationalism information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Algeria Algerian Nationalism should be addressed to the Library of Congress.
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