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April 09, -- Since political violence erupted in , Algeria has been one of the most difficult countries in the world for foreign journalists to work. For several years, Algerian authorities have enforced a policy of providing mandatory escorts for foreign reporters, thus severely curtailing the ability to effectively investigative the country's ongoing civil war. Reporters note that the presence of escorts, among other things, has prevented them from conducting sensitive interviews and meeting with opposition figures.
The government's ongoing restrictions on the foreign press, coupled with the absence of foreign news outlets in the country-only Agence France-Presse maintains a bureau in Algiers-have contributed to the dearth of detailed information about the Algerian conflict.
In , the BBC noted that the lack of on the ground reporting "has made it increasingly difficult to know what is going on inside Algeria. News organizations are forced to take unconfirmed reports from Algerian newspapers at face value, even if they do it with a touch of skepticism.
The apparently targeted disruption took place amid anti-government protests that have been ongoing for nearly four months, and New York, April 16, -- The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned the expulsion of Aymeric Vincenot, the Agence France-Presse bureau chief in Algiers, and called on the Algerian government to facilitate press accreditation for foreign journalists New York, April 4, -- The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned the detention and expulsion of two Tunisian journalists from Algeria and called on Algerian authorities to allow the foreign press to freely cover demonstrations in the country New York, July 7, Algerian authorities should immediately release independent journalist and fixer Said Chitour and should drop all charges against him, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today Algerian security forces arrested Touati from his home in the coastal city of Toggle navigation Committee to Protect Journalists.
Two news websites inaccessible in Algeria amid protests, social media shutdowns June 17, 4: Algerian journalist jailed pending trial for 'espionage' July 7, 4: Algerian journalist faces treason charges February 27, 5: