Ben Bella


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Ben Bella

Mohammed Ahmed . born 1916, Algerian statesman: first prime minister (1962--65) and president (1963--65) of independent Algeria: overthrown and imprisoned (1965--80)
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A 1963 file photo shows Algerian President Ahmed Ben Bella talking with Foreign Minister Abdelaziz Bouteflika, in Algiers.
Ben Bella and Boumeddiene had different priorities but similar goals.
Across the Arab world, nationalist leaders came to power including Gamal Abdel Nasser in Egypt, Ben Bella and then Boumediene in Algeria, Shukri al-Quwatli in Syria and others.
1965: Police in Algiers break up demonstrations by people who have taken to the streets chanting slogans in support of deposed President Ben Bella.
Muscat: Ben Bella Trading has officially exited from the Fund for Development of Youth Projects (Sharakah) with the promoters buying back all shares owned by Sharakah.
Summary: The Algerian attorney general announced on Sunday that former presidential candidate Said Sadi will be investigated for libel against three national figures, including the country's first president, Ahmed Ben Bella, the Anadolu Agency has reported.
leaders like farhat abbas ahmad Ben Bella and masali alhaj all came forward under one slogan of independence a destiny of the country recognized and resulted affirmatively on 3rd July 1962 by French president charles de gaulle.
Attendees posed for their own be cover photos at the Black Enterprise Empowerment Tent, which also hosted contests and book signings by Maillian Bias (The Path Defined, Ben Bella Books; $24.95), Sampson (Kingonomics, BenBella Books; $24.95), and Black Enterprise Women of Power Editorial Director Caroline Clarke (Postcards from Cookie, Harper; $24.99).
SANA'A, Aug.14 (Saba)- Education Minister Abdul-Razzaq al-Shwal and Education Director of UNICEF Office in SanaA'a Mohammed Ben Bella on Thursday discussed cooperation between Yemen and UNICEF in education sector and ways of enhancing it.
Charles de Gaulle only signed the Evian Accords with the nationalist FLN, once French oil interests were guaranteed by President Ben Bella who was overthrown in a military coup d'etat by Colonel Houari Boumedienne after only two years in power.