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English: Map of the w:Moroccan Wall in w:Western Sahara - built over several stages, shows the six walls built, & when the territory was behind Moroccan wall. Also shows polisaro held territory who are based in Algeria (seen at top right). I made the map using UN map and this map for reference.
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Author User:Roke


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