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Thursday, 5 July: Independence Day of Algeria 2018 5 July every year is celebrating as an Independence Day of Algeria, is a National Holiday in Algeria commemorating Algeria's independence from France on 5 July 1962(56 years of independence). More than 1 million Algerian people died in the war for independence from France. They finally got independence in 1962. Algeria is Africa's second largest country.

Thursday, 5 July: Independence Day of Algeria 2018


Nowadays the internet has become an important part of our lives, but just think that if suddenly the government stops all types of internet service in the country, what will happen? Well, whether the Government of India will do this or not, but the Algerian government has stopped Internet service for a week to stop misconduct in the examination.

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Although this is not the first time in Algeria. Even before the paper leaked in 2016, the Education Ministry had ordered blocking all social media sites. Internet blackout has begun with the high school examination taking into consideration Wednesday and will continue till Monday. There will be no internet service in Algeria for a few hours during the exam.

Algeria has given a message to the whole world by taking this step that it does not want to compromise with the future of children. After banning the internet, the government has also set up metal detectors at the examination centres so that no students have come to the examination with mobile, tablet or any other gadgets.

Apart from this, cameras have also been installed at the examination centres and jammers have also been set up to stop the mobile network. On the other hand, Algeria Telecom has said that keeping the high school examinations in mind, the Internet services have been discontinued following government directives.

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Some Interesting facts about Algeria



  • 80% to 90% of Algeria is settled in the Sahara desert.

  • Here mainly three languages are spoken. Arabic, French and Barbary

  • Algeria is Africa's second largest country.

  • Algeria is the largest exporter of propane in the world.

  • Algeria's highest record temperature is 60.5-degree centigrade.

  • Despite being the Italian background, this country is famous for Bertolini's olive oil.

  • The national day of Algeria is now on November 1 and it is also called Revolution Day.

  • Algeria is three times larger than the size in Texas.

  • The largest sand dunes are in Algeria only.

  • "A sensible enemy is always better than a narrow-minded friend" This is a saying of Algeria.

  • Africa is the largest oats market in Africa.

  • The area used for this has been given the name of the nomad.

  • In the period of 1800, Algeria was the basis for slave traders and pirates.

  • The highest cost of living in North Africa is seen in Algeria.

  • Nearly 25% of the country's population lives on less than $ 2 a day.

  • Couscous is the national dish of Algeria.

  • Algerian justice system is based on French and Islamic law.

  • Algeria is the largest exporter of agricultural products in Africa.


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1 comment:

  1. Caesar must be given what's belongs to Caesar ... To form an army composed of a society including almost of illiterate citizens only, and staying in Gourbis in the years 1954 ... It must be done. This army of peasants, guided by leaders who have never waged war, and who managed to expel the 3rd world military power ... It must be done. A country that has slowly released a society of ignorance and illiteracy through thousands of schools and universities only in 50 years ... It must be done. Well done Viva Argelia ... !

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