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Algerian authorities are pressing ahead with charges in the latest oil bribery scandal.
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The issue of sports violence takes centre stage in Algeria, after a projectile thrown by a disgruntled fan kills star striker Albert Ebossé on his home pitch.
Libyan bloggers are calling for order to be restored and an end to division.
Terrorist groups are increasingly using women in combat missions, including suicide bombings.