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Can North Africa unite over couscous?

(FILES) In this file photo taken on February 6, 2018 a Libyan family prepares to eat a freshly cooked traditional couscous dish, with lamb, onions, chickpeas, and pumpkin, in a home in the capital Tripoli. Could a plate of couscous warm up relations between wary North African nations? A drive to win coveted UNESCO status for the dish could at least get them talking around the same table. But the hearty meal itself is a bone of contention between countries that haven't always got along. Who makes

 

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