20 نيسان (إبريل) Ech-Chorouk Information Friday signed a contact with famous Syrian actor Yasser al-Azmeh to produce the 18th edition of “Maraya,” a. Ech-Chorouk El-Youmi. likes. Echorouk or Ech Chorouk El Youmi is a daily newspaper in Algeria published Saturday to Thursday in the tabloid format. The private Arabic-language daily Ech-Chorouk was sued by Gaddafi through Libya’s Algiers embassy for stories suggesting he played a role.

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Cabinet Report Cards Algerian newspapers are normally seen as among the freest in the region. Want to publish your media releases here?

The court decided on October 31 that Ech Chorouk’s reporting of Echh attempts to induce Algerian Tuaregs to separatism had slandered the Libyan leader, and suspended the paper for two months. Media of Algeria List of newspapers. Sport Ian Winrow Use mdy dates from March Archived from the original on 30 October Views Read Edit View history.


Cover of the issue of Echorouk El Yawmi March 14, Our Mia Malan explains the legal ins and outs in three minutes. 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. Its criminal code was amended in to allow prison sentences of up to one year and substantial fines for defaming the president, the courts, the military, or Parliament, a step viewed as an effort to rein in the press.


It is the second-largest daily Arabophone newspaper after El Khabar. Do you know what the law says about rape in South Africa? National Sarah Evans Algeria has more than 45 daily newspapers published in French and Arabic, with a total circulation of more than 1,5-million copies. City of CT to act against security company, ReclaimClifton protesters.

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The editor and the responsible reporter were both sentenced to six months in jail. Bhekisisa Mia MalanDylan Bush Toggle navigation Toggle profile.

Create Account Lost Your Password? Retrieved March 20, Under Algerian law all components of the sentence are suspended pending appeal.

Not to be confused with Al Shorouk Egyptian newspaper. This page was last edited on 22 Marchat By using this site, you chorrouk to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Kante’s goal secures Palace coup for Chelsea. World Ian Timberlake Sport Kieran Canning Technology that will change the face of corporate travel in SA in N’Golo Kante is growing into his more advanced midfield role with a composed finish that gave Chelsea a victory over Crystal Palace.

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The newspaper used to publish a series of weekly articles in English from July 24 to August 20, Retrieved 30 August The Arab Press Network. Retrieved from ” https: An Algerian newspaper and a press freedom watchdog criticised as heavy handed on Thursday suspended six month prison terms handed to two journalists for allegedly libelling Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi.

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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. Staff Reporter 02 Nov In a fall trial, the leader of neighbouring LibyaMuammar Gaddafitook the unprecedented step of suing the paper in an Algerian court for defamation. The verdict was condemned as a edh against press freedom by virtually the entire Algerian independent press and numerous political parties, as well as from international press watchdogs.

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