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Morocco & Algeria: unending conflict

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Morocco/Algeria: Jeune Afrique, a magazine caught between two mortal enemies
Africa-focused magazine Jeune Afrique is banned in Algeria due to its perceived closeness to Morocco and the two countries’ dispute over Western Sahara.
The Africa Report@TheAfricaReport
#Morocco/#Algeria Mohamed Boudiaf said: “An emotionally charged atmosphere in which leaders and even the masses, who remain swayed by a sense of regional identity and nationalism, exchange insults with one another drives a wedge between people.”
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