Nearly half of Arab youth plan to further their education but financial constraints holding many back

April 23, 2014


A declining number of young people in the Arab world plan to pursue further education with many citing cost as the single biggest factor holding them back but youth are optimistic about their future careers, according to findings of the 6th Annual ...

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Asia Naphtha/Gasoline-Naphtha crack up on Algeria delays

April 23, 2014

The Asian naphtha crack rose to a three-month high of $151.88 a tonne on Wednesday, supported by expectations of tighter prompt supplies due to delays from the Mediterranean. Algeria has reduced naphtha output and is delaying some naphtha exports, traders said. But the reasons behind the delays were unclear. The export delay in Algeria outweighed the shutdown by JX Nippon Oil & Energy of a 443,000 tonnes-per-year cracker in Kawasaki, which uses"...

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Algeria: Eleven Algerian Soldiers Die in AQIM Ambush

April 23, 2014

The Algerian army on Monday (April 21st) continued hunting al-Qaeda terrorists responsible for the Saturday slaying of 11 soldiers in Kabylie.


Combat units with air support are searching the area between Tizi Ouzou and Bouira, adjacent to the Djurdjura"...

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Bouteflika re-elected in Algeria

April 23, 2014

The question Algerians are asking is: “Can a 77-year-old man of bad health run a country?”


Last Thursday, President Abdelaziz Bouteflika was reelected, marking the beginning of his fourth term.


World Watch Monitor tells us of the concern"......

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