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Global News Monitor for October 1- 15, Tracking current news on genocide and items related to past and present ethnic, national, racial and religious violence. AP, BBC see below. Kenya has been urged to work closely with Ethiopia in effecting the changes.
The meeting that was chaired by Rwanda Defence Minister Gen. The meeting will also discuss the budgetary planning elements and coordination mechanism of the regional standby brigade," Maj. Uganda's Army Commander Lt. In the capital, Algiers, Jeremy Bowen discovers the legacy of what Algerians refer to as "the black decade". The architecture in Algiers reflects its French colonial legacy Algiers has a lot of sadness, but there is something irresistible too. It took a particularly savage war to dislodge the French colonialists who went in But they left behind a beautiful city.
The old buildings in the centre are whitewashed, and gleam in the Mediterranean light, with narrow, tall windows and blue slatted shutters. Some people hang blue and white awnings over the balconies to keep the sun out and they billow in the wind that comes off the bay in the afternoons. Dangerous towns I went to a small town called Rais, where around people were killed in a single night Algiers is a sad city, because of what happened here, and in the outlying towns during the s.
Their war started in , after the military cancelled elections that an Islamist party was about to win. At least , people were killed. The war has been more or less over for a couple of years although there are still pockets of killing. The government still provides armed bodyguards for visiting journalists, if you tick the box requesting protection when you apply for your press card. But although this is not a normal country it is starting to look like one.
Most Algerians are poor but a litre of petrol in this oil rich place only costs about the same as a bar of chocolate. During the worst time in the war the same roads were very empty. In the summer of and the winter of there was a series of massacres of civilians, and people were too terrified to move.