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African Countries That Have Built Walls Along Their Borders For Protection

1. Algerian Border Wall Libya

The main purpose of the wall was to stop Islamic State terrorists from coming into the country through the Algerian-Libyan border. It has barbed wire all around it and is about 70 kilometers long.

2. Botswana Zimbabwe

border The electric fence was put up in 2003, and it is meant to keep out not only unwanted people but also animals. The electric fence goes for 300 km to the northeast.

3. In Melilla, there is a fence between Spain and Morocco.

This is one of the few places in the world where Europe and Africa meet. In 1998, the Spanish government put up a high-tech border fence with sensors at several places to keep an eye on things.

4. A fence along the border between Mozambique and South Africa

In 2017, articles were written about the fence between South Africa and Mozambique, even though the South African government denied the claims. It has already stood up and is there. The wall is being built, and so far, workers have put up 8 kilometers of it. The wall was built so that illegal immigrants couldn't get in.

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