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Algeria, officially People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a country in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast. Its capital and most populous city is Algiers.
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Macron faces up to France's colonial past with €40m 'harkis' aid
President to honour families of Algerians who sided with France in war of independenceEmmanuel Macron will offer honours and a financial support package to the families of Algerians who aided French troops in the war of independence, as part of a wider policy of confronting his country’s colonial legacy in north Africa.Earlier this month, the French president took the historic step of acknowledging for the first time that France carried out systematic torture during the 1954-62 conflict....
Young Africa: new wave of politicians challenges old guard
Bobi Wine’s return to Uganda highlights potential leaders testing ageing, entrenched power across the continentA wave of young politicians and activists are challenging ageing leaders across much of Africa, reflecting seismic shifts on the continent that are poised to dramatically change the lives of hundreds of millions of people.The new generation of politicians are in their mid-30s and can barely remember the cold war or the conflicts that brought many autocrats or ruling parties to power....
How the French state was corrupted by its use of torture in Algeria conflict | Letter
Gillian Dalley on Pierre Vidal-Naquet’s book that described the extent to which the police and army used torture as a matter of routineYour report (France admits to torture during Algerian conflict, 14 September) says allegations of torture being used systematically by the French government during the Algerian war of independence were previously “shrouded in secrecy and denials”. However hard the French government of the day tried to hide these facts, in 1963, within a year of...
'My father was tortured and murdered in Algeria. At last France has admitted it'
The president has admitted to French brutality during the Algerian war of independence. Michèle Audin speaks of the fight for justiceMichèle Audin was three years old and fast asleep with her two younger siblings when French paratroopers burst into her family’s flat on the third floor of an apartment block in Algiers and dragged her father away. She never saw him again.Following his late-night arrest, on 11 July 1957, Maurice Audin, 25, a mathematician, was tortured and killed by French...
President Macron should be lauded for confronting France’s last great taboo | Andrew Hussey
His recognition that the state murdered an Algerian activist is a landmark momentThe admission by Emmanuel Macron, in a suburb of Paris , that a young Frenchman called Maurice Audin was tortured and killed by the French state in Algiers more than 60 years ago may well turn out to be one of the most significant events of his presidency.Audin was a 25-year-old mathematician and communist who was a supporter of the Algerian nationalists (the Front de Libération Nationale), then fighting a war...
France admits systematic torture during Algeria war for first time
Emmanuel Macron also recognises role of state in 1957 death of dissident Maurice AudinFrance has officially acknowledged for the first time that it carried out systematic torture during Algeria’s independence war – a landmark admission about conduct in the conflict which ended 56 years ago and that has been shrouded in secrecy and denials.The president, Emmanuel Macron, said France instigated a “system” that led to torture during the Algeria conflict, and the past must now be faced with...