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Tor is an encrypted anonymising network that makes it harder to intercept internet communications, or see where communications are coming from or going to. If you are at high risk and you have the capacity to do so, you can also access the submission system through a secure operating system called Tails.
Tails is an operating system launched from a USB stick or a DVD that aim to leaves no traces when the computer is shut down after use and automatically routes your internet traffic through Tor.
Our submission system works hard to preserve your anonymity, but we recommend you also take some of your own precautions. Please review these basic guidelines. If you have a very large submission, or a submission with a complex format, or are a high-risk source, please contact us.
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Commentary expressed in editorials and within some of the articles largely condemns the alleged crimes while criticizing the GOA for allowing the CIA to operate in Algeria without the knowledge of the general public. Comments posted in online discussion boards echoed the same sentiments while also sparking debates on rape and making value judgments on the two alleged victims.
Apart from a statement by the Algerian Ambassador to the U. The news of an investigation into allegations of rape broke Wednesday January 28 evening in the U. As newspapers do not come out on Fridays in Algeria, the story first made its appearance in Algerian print media on Saturday January Coverage was, however, carried on Tout Sur L'Algerie, an online Algerian news site based in France, the day after the story broke.
All the Algerian news articles were based on the original ABC News report, the affidavit in support of the search warrant and the Embassy Spokesperson's comments strictly based on the DOS approved guidance.
A few journalists injected commentary into their articles; some lost some accuracy in translation, while a few went so far as to take liberties with the facts of the case. Government Press 3. There has been no official GOA statement concerning this case to date. Therefore, there has also been no mention of the story in the government run media. French-Language Press 4. A few facts were misconstrued during translation in some articles but commentary was kept to a minimum.
There were, however, several editorials written criticizing the idea of CIA presence in Algeria and the GOA's failure to inform the populace of same. Many of the articles commented on the likelihood of this scandal having a negative impact on the new administration's efforts to reach out to the Arab world. The medium circulation Le Jeune Independant was the only paper to criticize the public press's silence, but also implied that the subject of the press reports had "run away" to the U.
Selected Headlines: "Sex, rapes, and videos at the U. Embassy in Algiers. As with the French-language press, the majority of Arabic-language newspapers printed factual articles based on previous Western reporting. The second largest Arabic-language daily El Khabar, however, reported that Washington has already assured the Algerian government that it was an isolated incident and that the investigation is ongoing.
The paper also reported that, when Ambassador Pearce met with the Algerian Minister-Delegate for Defense on January 29, he provided details about the case and expressed the USG's hope that this incident would not negatively affect the bilateral relationship between the two countries.
The leading political party's newspaper, Sawt Al Ahrar, also printed a factual article, but included a quote from an Algerian political science professor and former army officer, who claimed the incident was an American plot against Algeria. In an entirely unique article, the medium circulation Ennahar El Djadid printed a story claiming that one of the two alleged victims was an Algerian spy working for the U.
A commentary in the same paper implied that the downfall of the alleged CIA officer was a retaliatory act by the CIA in response to President Obama's recent efforts to close Guantanamo, end torture, and close secret prisons. The author reinforced this argument by comparing the officer, an African-American Muslim, to President Obama, an African-American with Muslim family ties.
Ambassador to Algiers coordinates with the Ministry of Defense on the investigation. Embassy in Algiers avoids giving information. Even the conservative Arabic-language Algerian press printed factual articles on the case, although their commentary tended to be harsher. The medium circulation Islamist daily El Bilad claimed that the videotaping of alleged sexual acts with the women was meant to be used to blackmail them into spying for the U.
The best-selling newspaper in Algeria, the anti-American Echourouk El Youmi, printed a scathing editorial likening the alleged rapes to other so-called violations by foreigners read: Americans in Algeria. Selected Headlines: "Diplomacy of kidnapping, rape, terror, and spying.
Several Pan-Arab media outlets reported on the news story after it broke in the U. The coverage was largely based on a Reuters article and included the facts, as well as the assessment echoed by the various Pan-Arab news channels, that the allegations could "deal a major blow to the U.
Tout Sur L'Algerie, an internet based news site, was the first Algerian media outlet to post coverage of the story. Its coverage was factual and led to subsequent articles about the story and about the history of the CIA's presence in Algeria.
One editorial piece was posted by the website describing the ways in which the scandal "brings embarrassment to both Algiers and Washington. The journalist also believed that the incident could be used by Islamist groups to further discredit the Algerian government by accusing it of collaborating with the enemy.
For the Americans, the author felt this scandal would hinder the U. The online articles sparked strong reactions and lively debate on the website's message boards. Postings began with anger and outrage over the alleged incident, but soon evolved into discussions and debates of two main themes. One was the shock over the CIA's presence in Algerian and the anger at the Algerian authorities for having kept it a secret from the public.
The other was a debate over rape based on value judgments made about the two women in question by a number of readers. There were a significant number of posts blaming the victims for having gone to the house of a stranger and having consumed alcohol. Others responded with indignation over these remarks, underscoring the heinous nature of rape and the unacceptable attitude of blaming the victim.
One posting glossed over the rapes of two women while "Bouteflika has been raping 36 million Algerians for ten years. Did the Algerian authorities give their permission for the opening of such a branch in our country?
If that is the case, the public was not informed, at least not officially Yes, we know that our government already gave its permission for the opening of an FBI branch in Algiers, but the announcement that a CIA branch exists intrigues, shocks, and leaves one perplexed. To be convinced, all you have to do is read the various commentaries posted on the internet to comprehend the scope of this surprise.
Foreign embassies were involved in collecting information from political parties, organizations and media during courtesy calls, in a blatant attempt to interfere in the country's internal affairs.
It is the second-largest daily Arabophone newspaper after El Khabar. The newspaper used to publish a series of weekly articles in English from July 24 to August 20, Participants had to read the articles then answer the two asked questions on the newspaper's website, the British Council's website, or the Facebook page. The prizes were granted to five winners and were awarded in September in a ceremony held at the UK Ambassador's Residence in Algiers in presence of prominent personalities. In a fall trial, the leader of neighbouring Libya , Muammar Gaddafi , took the unprecedented step of suing the paper in an Algerian court for defamation. The court decided on October 31 that Ech Chorouk's reporting of Qadhafi's attempts to induce Algerian Tuaregs to separatism had slandered the Libyan leader, and suspended the paper for two months.
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While there is a broad range of Arabic language media outlets reporting stories from and about the Middle East, there is currently no affordable and reliable means for English speakers to gain access to this content. As a result, many English speaking businesspersons, students, journalists and others who have an interest in the affairs of the region are largely unaware of what the Middle East media is covering and how they are covering these stories. Through this effort, we hope to address at least one element of a global disconnect that continues to threaten a wide spectrum of socio-political and economic relationships, both here in the region and beyond. The source, who works on the anti-terrorism file and requested to remain anonymous, told [Turkish] Anadolu news agency: "There has been no evidence so far on the death of the wanted Algerian national, Mokhtar Belmokhtar, in a French air raid in Libya. On november 29, the privately-owned Algerian newspaper Echourouk el-Youmi reported: "The Audio-Visual Regulatory Authority has warned all the audio-visual institutions about the contents of locally-produced or imported programmes which were broadcast and could plant the seeds of all kinds of fanaticism and extremism. In a statement, the authority explained that it "strongly urges and under the weight of the penalties stipulated by law all the public and private audio-visual institutions to be fully vigilant in order to destroy fundamentalism, hatred and intolerance in the locally-produced or imported programme they broadcast which could plant the seeds of all kinds of fanaticism and extremism".
The first firm is due to be installed in Tiaret province and meant to produce VLL four whhel drive vehicles, as part of the implementation of the memorandum of understanding sealed between the government, Aabar and Germany based Dailmer, Deutz and MTU groups in The second firm is to be installed in the locality of Oued Hamimine, in Constantine eastern province, and meant to produce engines, the source added, noting that it is the third agreements that Aabar Group seals with the Algerian government, highlighting the will of the Emarati Group to participate in the development of mechanic industry in the North African nation. Elsewhere, another Algeria -UAE-German industrial and commercial memorandum of understanding was sealed to modernize and extend the platform of the production of commercial vehicles in Rouiba locality, eastern Algiers. The memorandum is meant to create an Algerian-UAE joint venture in partnership with the German Dailmer, for the manufacturing of commercial vehicles of Mercedes-Benz. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. News Economic World Sport Opinion.
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