Tag: Algeria

  • Three Persons Attempt to Board Tanker Berthed at Port of Algiers

    December 13, 04:30 UTC: Duty crew onboard a tanker berthed at the Port of Algiers noticed three unauthorised persons attempting to board via the forward mooring ropes. Alarm raised resulting […]

  • Initial Reports of Strike at Bejaia Port in Algeria, Halting Corn and Soymeal Operations

    September 10: Initial reports on social media suggest that there is an ongoing strike at the Algerian port of Bejaia, which is halting corn and soymeal operations. Source: Twitter / […]

  • Mostaganem Port Workers Go On Strike In Algeria

    April 28: Workers at Mostaganem commercial port went on strike to demand higher wages, contractual changes and the reinstatement of dismissed workers. Tens of workers blocked access to the port […]

  • Algerian Military’s Patience Wearing Thin With Daily Protests

    April 23: Algeria’s army chief of staff on Tuesday signalled a growing weariness with protesters demanding the removal of the country’s entire leadership, warning that attempts to block officials from […]

  • Nationwide Strike Impacts Algerian Ports

    Large parts of Algeria were brought to a standstill on Sunday as tens of thousands of workers joined the start of a five-day general strike to demand an end to […]

  • Operation Neptune underway

    Four suspects detained in the first week of operation. Morocco Joins Interpol-Led Counter-Terrorism Operation ‘Neptune’ By Tarek Bazza Interpol announced Friday it has deployed agents in Mediterranean seaports in eight […]

  • Algeria seizes cocaine

    Refusal to berth raised eyebrows. Algeria seizes 700kg of cocaine on container ship Algerian authorities have seized more than 700kg (1,543lb) of cocaine smuggled aboard a container ship and made […]

  • Algeria’s Maritime Push

    Nation quietly building maritime force.  Algeria’s Maritime Push by Paul Pryce The Algerian National Navy has been on a buying frenzy in recent years, amassing a significant maritime force. In […]