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Algeria denounces murder by Morocco of three truck drivers

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Algeria denounces murder by Morocco of three truck drivers

Algiers, Nov 5 (Prensa Latina) The Algerian government denounced before international organizations, including the United Nations, the assassination by Morocco of three truck drivers of this country in the liberated territory of Western Sahara, the APS news agency reported today.
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According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of this state, Ramtane Lamamra, the message condemning the bombing against the nationals by Rabat was also sent to the African Union, which comprises 55 countries, and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.

The text warns that the aggression with sophisticated weapons of war constitutes a serious act of terrorism, which can not be justified.

Since last Wednesday, Algerian authorities said that the three truck drivers were shot by Morocco in Western Sahara when they were traveling on a road between the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott and the city of Ouargla, in the south of its territory.

In recent times political tensions have increased between the governments of Morocco and Algeria, the latter country defending the free self-determination of the people of Western Sahara and Rabat’s vacating of its territories.

Algeria, which broke off diplomatic relations with the neighboring country on August 24, also accused Morocco of backing individuals who carried out forest fires in the northern region of Kabylia, resulting in the destruction of thousands of hectares of forest.

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