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Boumédienne

(buːˌmeɪdɪˈɛn)
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(Biography) Houari (ˈhaʊərɪ). 1927–78, Algerian statesman and soldier: president of Algeria (1965–78) after overthrowing Ben Bella in a coup
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Nous avons m[euro]uo"me droit [euro]u une part de cette viande", se rappelle, avec une note de nostalgie, Boumedienne.
1978 - Algerian President Houari Boumedienne, who had ruled over Algeria for more than 13 years, passes away.
Shoukry was welcomed upon his arrival in the international airport Houari Boumedienne by Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel.
These tools were successful in legitimizing the incumbents' clamp on Arab society in the same way that Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser or Houari Boumedienne of Algeria had done in the past.
The hijackers landed the plane at Mashhad Airport in Iran, then at Larnaca Airport in Cyprus, and finally at Houari Boumedienne Airport in Algeria.
La primera de esas mujeres, Hayat Boumedienne, de 28 anos, es ahora viuda de Amedy Coulibaly, el terrorista que mato en Paris a una mujer policia el 8 de enero de 2015 y a cuatro rehenes en un supermercado kosher el dia siguiente.
Our study has been undertaken in two regions geographically contiguous, the first one, natural, which is in region of Bab-Ezzouar, within university campus of University of Science and Technology Houari Boumedienne and the second one, which is a private farm, located in Baraki.
In January, footage from security cameras in ystanbul AtatE-rk Airport recorded Hayat Boumedienne, an accomplice of the assailants in the deadly attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, who was also traveling to southeastern Turkey.
The system runs to the Algiers harbour and to the Houari Boumedienne International Airport.
President Abdel'Aziz Bouteflika, born on March 2, 1937, joined the war in 1956 and rose quickly through the ranks of l'Armee de Liberation Nationale (ALN) until became close to the second post-war President Huari Boumedienne in the 1960s.
This stunning picture shows Amedy Coulibalythe future Hyper Cacher terroristand his girlfriend Hayat Boumedienne searching for locations in front of a Jewish school.
The man in question already contacted police on Tuesday to say he had had contacts with Hayat Boumedienne, the partner of Coulibaly now believed to be in Syria.