List of Modern Conflicts in North Africa

List Of Modern Conflicts In North Africa


  • "Modern" is defined as post-WWI period, from 1918 until today.
  • "North Africa" definition is approximately overlapping the Arab term `Maghreb`.
  • "Conflict" is defined as a separate 100+ casualty incident.
  • In all cases conflicts are listed by total deaths, including subconflicts (specified below).

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