It's been days coming. Algeria's government kept quiet while its army took back the gas plant from jihadists. Dozens of foreign nationals died in the operation.
Recordings from a jet that crashed July 24 in Mali have proved unintelligible. The lack of black box data deprives investigators of clues as to what sent the plane into a plunge that killed all 116 people on board.
Earlier this year Algerians re-elected an allegedly repressive president in the name of security. DW talks to Algeria expert Mansouria Mokhefi about public sentiment in the wake of the murder of Herve Gourdel.
Mali's president has said that wreckage in the north of the country is believed to be from a missing Air Algerie flight from Burkina Faso. The cause of the plane's disappearance remains a mystery.
UN experts have found the second black box of an Air Algerie plane that crashed in northern Mali, killing 118 people, nearly half of whom were French. Three days of national mourning have been declared in France.
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