Earlier, Nouadhibou hosted a tripartite summit that brought together the late leaders Hassan II, President Houari Boumedienne
of Algeria, and President Mokhtar Ould Dada of Mauritania.
, launched the country into a decade of austere authoritarianism under the single-party rule of the National Liberation Front (FLN).
Not only terrorists, but even the president of Algeria, Houari Boumedienne
, the man who ousted Ben Bella three years after Algerian independence, openly proclaimed on the same theme of radical Islamic conquest when he spoke at the 1974 UN General Assembly:
Former Algerian President Houari Boumedienne
told us in a speech to the United Nations in 1974 what would happen to us in the future when he said, "The Muslim parents of terrorists had moved here, but not to be our friends.
The two Boeing 727's carrying the freed hostages and their baggage from Teheran landed at Algiers Houari Boumedienne
airport early today.
In 1971, Algerian President Houari Boumedienne
nationalised the hydrocarbon industry and Sonatrach (originally a transport company) became the sole operator.
Some note the historical frictions, starting from the socialist orientations of Ahmed Ben Bella in the late 1950s to the decision by Houari Boumedienne
to cut links with the US during the 1967 Six-Day war.
10) The Soviet Union welcomed the Iraqi government's statement of 29 June 1966 on the recognition of Kurdish national and linguistic rights, and in July 1967 Iraqi President Abd-al Rahman Arif, together with President Houari Boumedienne
of Algeria went to Moscow as representatives of the Cairo Arab summit conference after the June 1967 Arab-Israeli War.
Stone follows up with a study of the ideological evolution of Algeria from the brief presidency of Ferhat Abbas (1962) to the more rigorously socialist era of Ben Bella (1962-1965) and Boumedienne
A long-serving foreign minister and top FLN official under president Houari Boumedienne
(who ruled Algeria for much of the post-independence era till his death in 1978), Bouteflika was the preferred candidate of the military ahead of the April 1999 presidential elections.
SAID KAMEL, [1,2] * PATRICE FARDELLONE,  BOUMEDIENNE
MEDDAH,  FLORENCE LORGET-GONDELMANN,  JEAN LUC SEBERT,  ([dagger]) and MICHEL BRAZIER, [1,2]
Equally, today, young Algerians of voting age have yet to experience the elation of choosing a government via the ballot box, for, ever since independence in July 1962, political power has been the preserve of the National Liberation Front (the FLN) whose leaders, Ben Bella, Boumedienne
and most recently, Chadli, brooked no opposition.