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The Gulf of Annaba situated in eastern Algeria is limited by capes: Rosa in the East (8[degrees]15'LE - 36[degrees]38'LN) and Garde in the West (7[degrees]16'LE - 36[degrees]68'LN).
Reports by the same source have said that three Algerian army units are currently chasing the runaways at the entrance of Annaba, 598 kilometers from the city of Algiers.
The Annaba plant consists of two sulphuric acid units with a combined capacity of 495,000 t/y, one 165,000 t/y phosphoric acid unit, one diammonium phosphate unit with a capacity of 330,000 t/y, several units to produce 550,000 t/y of compound fertilisers, plus phosphate pulverising and storage facilities.
The topographic study over the years "1995-2005" has given practical information on meteorological conditions and specific wind condition of various cities of Algeria; we are interested only in this work on Algerian regions such as "Annaba, east Algeria.
We are pleased to continue our work with Fertial as it expands its Annaba and Arzew ammonia plants."
The investment agreement includes an initiative to more than double the Annaba steel complex's annual production capacity to 2.2m tonnes by 2017.
Gelsenwasser had been awarded a 5.5-year management contract in 2008 to improve the water and wastewater infrastructure in the towns of Annaba and train the workforce of local utility SEATA.
The crackdown did not stop another demonstration in Annaba Sunday, where four police officers were slightly injured during clashes with young protesters outside the local government headquarters.
Although the German Group 3 winner Anno Luce was the only one of her 11 foals to win at stakes level, Anna Paola proved to be a shrewd early investment, with her daughters producing the globe-trotting Annus Mirabilis, classy stayer Pozarica, Prix du Conseil de Paris winner Annaba and this season's smart 1m2f filly Middle Club, who was bred by Bob McCreery.
Djilani, Phytochemistry Laboratory; Annaba University, B.O.