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Algerians no longer allowed into EU after COVID-19 case spike

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Algerians no longer allowed into EU after COVID-19 case spike

Algerians no longer allowed into EU after COVID-19 case spike

Brussels has excluded people from Algeria from travelling into the EU amid a rise in coronavirus cases in the North African country.View on euronews


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