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Othmane Senadjki was born on 23 May, 1959 in Khemis El Khechna, Algeria, is a journalist. Discover Othmane Senadjki's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?

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Occupation *Journalist *Editor-in-chief
Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 23 May, 1959
Birthday 23 May
Birthplace Khemis El Khechna, Algeria
Date of death (2010-12-29)
Died Place Béni Messous, Algeria
Nationality Algeria

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In May 2015, members of the Boumerdès press club went to the cemetery of Khemis El Kechna where they laid a wreath of flowers on the grave of their colleague Senadjki.


Three students prepared in 2013 a master's thesis in media and communication sciences, specializing in journalism, in which they discussed the qualities of Senadjki as a phenomenon of journalism that combines professionalism and humanity. This university thesis was supervised by Professor Ahmed Boukhari, and drew up a written and photographed portrait of Senadjki and where the students discussed the path of his career until his death in 2010.

The Boumerdès Province officially honored in October 2013 the memory of Senadjki as well as four of his colleagues, like Mohamed Hassaïne, Rabah Hammouche, Mohamed Brara and Lamia Guettaf.


A tribute was paid to Senadjki in 2012 by the association of journalists and press correspondents of Boumerdès Province. A football tournament was held in honor of the former editor-in-chief of the newspaper El Khabar, and the Boumerdès press team won the tournament.

This event was sponsored by the Direction de la Jeunesse et des Sports (DJS) and the Sport Coating Institution (IRS Deriche), and ended on 5 May 2012 with the presentation of medals and cups to the winners. Symbolic gifts were offered by journalists from Boumerdès to Senadjki's family through colleagues from El Khabar newspaper in Boumerdès after the tournament won by the local press team.


Senadjki died in 2010 at the age of 51 after spending four days in intensive care and in a coma at the Beni Messous hospital in Algiers.


He supervised the international affairs section in this newspaper before becoming deputy editor-in-chief Omar Ourtilane, and when the latter was assassinated by Salafist terrorism in Algeria on 3 October 1995, it was Senadjki who replaced him in the post of editor-in-chief.

When Senadjki took over in the editorial staff of El Khabar in 1995, this daily then became the privileged source of information for all international press agencies during the Algerian security crisis.


He also supervised the newsletter section for five years where he interacted with correspondence from his devotees until 1990.

This is how he participated with several journalists from different backgrounds in the creation of the Arabic-speaking daily El Khabar on 1 November 1990.


Senadjki continued his work in the newspaper Ech-Chaab until the Algerian constitution of 23 February 1989 allowed professional journalists to found their own independent press titles.


Indeed, he participated during the month of August 1985 in this competition with his colleagues Omar Ourtilane, Cherif Rezki, Abdelhakim Belbati, Omar Kahoul and Kamel Djouzi, and the tests took place at the journalism school of Algiers with the participation of dozens of new Algerian university graduates.


After primary and intermediate studies in Khemis El Khechna, Senadjki continued his secondary studies at Lycée Ibn Tumart in the town of Boufarik where he obtained his baccalaureate in 1978, and then pursued studies in political science and international relations at the University of Algiers where he obtained his bachelor's degree in 1982.


Senadjki began his journalistic career in 1985 at the public newspaper Ech-Chaab after completing his military service in the Algerian army which lasted two years, and after having passed the entrance examination to this Algerian Arabic-speaking daily created on 11 December 1962.


Othmane Senadjki (Arabic: عثمان سناجقي) (born in Khemis El Khechna on 23 May 1959 and died in Béni Messous on 29 December 2010) was an Algerian journalist and editor-in-chief of El Khabar newspaper.

Senadjki was born in 1959 in the town of Khemis El Khechna in the lower Kabylia region of Algeria, west of the Khachna Massif and south-west of the town of Boumerdès.