Morocco Wants To Return To The African Union After 32 Years

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Morocco has officially announced its intention to rejoin the African Union, 32 years after leaving the organisation. Moroccan King Mohammed-the-sixth has appealed to the A-U, saying it's time for his country to return to its 'institutional family'. He's also sent a special envoy to the A-U summit in Kigali. Morocco left the regional bloc in 1984, after the organisation recognized the independence of the Western Sahara.
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