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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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These included Hafez al-Assad of Syria, Houari Boumedienne of Algeria, Yasser Arafat of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Tun Abdul Razzak of Malaysia and Anwar el-Sadat of Egypt.
The hijackers landed the plane at Mashhad Airport in Iran, then in Larnaca Airport in Cyprus, and finally in Houari Boumedienne in Algeria.
A veteran of Algeria's protracted and brutal war for independence from France, Bouteflika became a minister at 25 after the struggle paid off in 1962, and subsequently served both Ahmed Ben Bella and Houari Boumedienne as foreign minister.
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1978 - Algerian President Houari Boumedienne, who had ruled over Algeria for more than 13 years, passes away.
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.
(1) Faculty of Science Biology, University of Science and Technology Houari Boumedienne of Algiers, Algeria
The system runs to the Algiers harbour and to the Houari Boumedienne International Airport.
after the death of mudjahid houari Boumedienne chadli Bendjedid was elected in 1979.
Based in Algeria's capital city Algiers, at Houari Boumedienne International Airport, Air Algerie currently serves more than 40 destinations across Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and the Middle East.