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Africa in Fact Issue 18, December 2013/January 2014: Separatist and rebel movements - Fault lines: Africa's separation anxiety

Africa in Fact Issue 18, December 2013/January 2014: Separatist and rebel movements - Fault lines: Africa's separation anxiety

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This month's bumper edition of Africa in Fact covers separatist and rebel movements in Africa. All corners of the continent are covered: David Smith tracks the devastating effect that Seleka has had in the C.A.R.; Simon Allison looks at Somaliland, Puntland and Jubaland, Somalia's breakaway regions; Victoria Kelly examines the broken promises that have defined Zambia's Barotseland region since independence; and Jeremy H. Keenan reveals how the largely secular Tuareg independence movement in northern Mali became synonymous with al-Qaeda.