Batna


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Noun1.Batna - a town in north central AlgeriaBatna - a town in north central Algeria  
Algeria, Algerie, Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria - a republic in northwestern Africa on the Mediterranean Sea with a population that is predominantly Sunni Muslim; colonized by France in the 19th century but gained autonomy in the early 1960s
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Dubai: Moroccan forward Mourad Batna has promised to fit into the existing system after signing a new deal with Abu Dhabi's Al Jazira Club.
Attacks resumed and in 47 minutes, Batna slammed one into the net but got ruled off-side.
More than 12,000 persons are still living in Kafr Batna, according to Deputy Governor of Damascus Countryside Rateb Adas, who indicated that the town's locals played an important role in liberating their town from terrorists by supporting the Syrian Arab Army.
The sources went on to say that terrorists suffered heavy casualties in Kafr Batna and a large number of them fled toward Hazeh settlement, adding that 20 gunmen of Faylaq al-Rahman came under siege of the army men and were forced to surrender.
A medical charity supporting hospitals in the Ghouta region, the Syrian American Medical Society, said doctors in Kafr Batna were treating patients for severe burn wounds.
If you know, deep in your heart, that you won't actually go through with your BATNA, then it's useless.
The value of the BATNA to the tribe sets the threshold of the full set of its interests that any acceptable agreement must exceed.
with 14 cases, followed by Batna with 12, and Tlemecen with six, and five in
NINEWA/ Aswat al-Iraq: Northern Iraq's Batna Oil Field in Nineveh Province has resumed production after 20 year stoppage, with Iraqi cadres, an official in Nineveh Oil Comission said on Tuesday, expressing hope that its production would exceed 2,000 barrels per day (bpd).
Summary: The manager of the National Tunisian Office of Tourism (ONTT), Fawzi Basli, affirmed Thursday in Batna (435km east of Algiers) that the Tunisian tourist industry professionals were ready to "collaborate" with their Algerian counterparts, as part of the cooperation between the two countries.
This proved surprisingly easy--Timbuktu is that sort of place--and within a couple of weeks, I had signed up with U Batna Ould Shehr, a Moor who knew the route well and came as a package with three good-looking camels.