Arab Maghreb Union

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Arab Maghreb Union:

see under MaghrebMaghreb
or Magrib
[Arab.,=the West], Arabic term for NW Africa. It is generally applied to all of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia but actually pertains only to the area of the three countries between the high ranges of the Atlas Mts. and the Mediterranean Sea.
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The first session will be headed by the former Bosnian president, Haris Siljadzic, Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Yousef Al-Othaimeen, Arab Maghrib Union Secretary-General Taieb Baccouche, Yemeni Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Yamani, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross Peter Maurer, Chairman of Kuwaiti Red Crescent Society Dr.
Tunis, Rajab 28, 1437, May 5, 2016, SPA -- Arab Maghrib Union today elected Altayyib Albakkoosh, Tunisia's former foreign minister, as its new Secretary General replacing Alhabeeb bin Yahya whose tenure has come to an end.
One is concerned with the UMA (Arab Maghrib Union) and also includes a discussion of the situation resulting from the rise to prominence of the Islamist movement in Algeria, while the other one deals with human rights.

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