The Timeless Conflict Between Morocco and Algeria

The Algerian people feel close to the Moroccan people because of shared religion, language and culture and they express this closeness every time they are given the opportunity.

The Timeless Conflict Between Morocco and Algeria
Sand War (September 25, 1963 – February 20, 1964)
Sahara Conflict Closing bordersWhat will alter this belligerent attitude?
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