“People are now planting bombs in the tramways of Algiers,” he said in 1957, when he was in Stockholm to receive the Nobel Prize.
We fought our first foreign war in Algiers to defeat the Barbary pirates.
They avoid the public limelight and are known in Algiers as le pouvoir, the power behind the scenes.
The police state system that propped up dictators from Algiers to Islamabad for decades was unsustainable.
John Kerry can expect many more trips to Algiers in his time as secretary of state.
This sufficed not only for Tunis, but also for Tripoli and Algiers.
I didn't come on at Algiers, so I don't know anything about it.
In the treaty with Algiers occurred a passage that gave great offence to his friends at home, and to Federalists in general.
He compelled Algiers to prevent her pirates from preying upon our commerce.
If Susan genuinely wished to go to Algiers by the public steamer, then she would have to go on the yacht.
North African country, named for Algiers, city chosen by the French as its capital when they colonized it in 1830 + Latinate "country" suffix -ia. The city name is Arabic al-Jazair, literally "the islands," in reference to four islands formerly off the coast but joined to the mainland since 1525. A resident of the place formerly was an Algerine (1650s), and the word was practically synonymous with "pirate" in English and U.S. usage early 19c.
Republic in northwest Africa, bordered to the north by the Mediterranean Sea, to the east by Tunisia and Libya, to the south by Niger and Mali, and to the west by Mauritania and Morocco. Its capital and largest city is Algiers.
Note: Colonized by France in the nineteenth century, Algeria was involved in a long and bloody battle for independence, gaining full autonomy in the early 1960s.