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The Algiers Criminal Court postponed the case of 48 suspected terrorists, including al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb emir Abdelmalek Droukdel and the leader of al Ansar battalion "B.A." The defendants face charges related to "more than 20 collective massacres" and other terrorist acts. Security forces arrested 10 members of a weapons trafficking network in El Bahadh.




Algerian troops intercepted two al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb suicide bombers in Tinzouatine near the Malian border. The men, an Algerian and a Malian, had explosive belts and automatic weapons at the time of their arrest.




Mali War Shifts as Rebels Hide in High Sahara




Algeria captured four heavily armed militants near its border with Mali. Al Qaeda fighters have tried to cross the border after a French offensive drove them from Mali's northern cities.




Algerian warplanes and attack helicopters repelled a three-hour coordinated assault on an army barracks by some 50 militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades. Two militants died in the assault and six soldiers were wounded; one militant was captured. Many of the attackers were Tunisian and Libyan and carried Libyan weapons.




US counterterrorism efforts in Africa defined by a decade of missteps




Maghreb economies confront terror fallout




Foreign Minister Medelci claimed that the Algerian diplomats held hostage in Mali by the Movement for Tawhid and Jihad in West Africa are "in a safe place." The army has beefed up security along its border with Mali in an attempt to prevent fleeing militants from entering Algeria.




Militants' Goal in Algeria Gas Plant Siege: Giant Fireball




Militants' Goal in Algeria Gas Plant Siege: A Giant Fireball




Although splintered, al Qaeda finds new life in unstable areas




Al Qaeda silent on French hostages in Mali




Algeria Sowed Seeds of Hostage Crisis as It Nurtured Warlord




The UK and Algeria agreed to strengthen their strategic partnership by sharing intelligence and cooperating in counterterrorism. The Islamic Front of Justice and Development party questioned the government about opening its airspace to foreign warplanes for the military intervention in Mali. The Id Amenas gas facility is set to reopen in a month at one-third capacity.




Sahel ulemas partner against extremism




Algerian gas hostage crisis: Wired to a suicide bomber




UK's Cameron visits Algeria, unveils security partnership following hostage crisis




Acting on information from an al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb terrorist arrested in December 2012, authorities broke up an al Qaeda support cell in the Tiaret region on Monday; four men and three women, including a physician, were arrested. Five such cells have been dismantled in the province since September 2012.




Three security guards were killed when "terrorists" attacked a camp at a gas pipeline in Djebahia. Al Qaeda's El Farouk Brigade is accused of carrying out the attack.




Sole Algerian killed by Islamists hailed as a hero