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ORAN- Twenty-four would-be immigrants have been intercepted Wednesday by units of the Coastguards 2 miles north of Cape Falcon in Ain El Turck (Oran, 431-km west of Algiers), said the security body.

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MOSTAGANEM (Algeria)- Coastguard units in Mostaganem (355-km west of Algiers) intercepted, late Tuesday and early Wednesday, 11  illegal emigrants, the security body said Wednesday.

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ORAN- Nine would-be immigrants were intercepted Friday north of Cape Falcon in Ain El Turck by units of the Coastguards of Oran (431-km west of Algiers), said Saunday the security services.

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ORAN – Eighteen would-be immigrants were intercepted Sunday off Ain El Turck by the Coastguard units of Oran (431-km west of Algiers), said the security body.

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AIN TEMOUCHENT- A total of 45 would-be immigrants were intercepted in the last 24 hours in the provinces of Ain Temouchent and Tlemcen, Beni Saf’s coastguards and National Gendarmerie said on Tuesday.

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ORAN (Algeria)- National Gendarmerie services foiled in the last 48 hours, in Mostaganem (355-km west of Algiers), two illegal emigration attempts by 23 people, the security body said Tuesday in Oran. 

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ALGIERS- Italian Interior minister, Marco Minniti, said that Algeria constituted for Italy a "key country" in the region, welcoming their "close collaboration" in a number of fields.

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AIN SALAH- Minister of Interior, Local Authorities and National Planning Nouredine Bedoui said Thursday, in Ain Salah, that Algeria is determined to take all the legal measures in line with international charters “to preserve the security and stability of its borders.”

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TUNIS- Minister of Minister of Interior, Local Authorities and National Planning Noureddine Bedoui on Monday in Tunis reaffirmed Algeria’s determination to reinforce the regional and bilateral cooperation in the field of the illegal migration, so to preserve the immigrants’ dignity and engage a "complete, permanent and united" fight against the causes of this scourge.

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TUNIS- Algeria is fully assuming its responsibilities regarding illegal migration for the protection of its national interests, while respecting international values and principles, said Monday in Tunis Minister of Interior, Local Authorities and National Planning Noureddine Bedoui.

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