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Ahmed Rouaba By Nichola Mandil, Wedaeli Chibelushi & Matt Taylor
BBC News BBC News, Juba & London
Algeria Authorities say the extreme heat could last for two weeks and bring temperatures of up to 45C (113F).
has condemned a plan by Morocco to confiscate the premises of the Algerian
embassy in Rabat.
Algeria severed diplomatic relations with Morocco in 2021, accusing Rabat of supporting "terrorist groups" involved in starting wildfires in the country.
Since then there has been a reduced staff at the embassy led by a junior diplomat.
Last Friday, Morocco announced a decision to confiscate properties owned
by Algeria including land, houses and offices in Rabat as part of an
extension of the premises of its ministry of foreign affairs.
This has sparked anger in Algiers.
"Morocco
has entered a new phase in their provocative behaviour towards Algeria," Algeria's foreign ministry said in a statement.
It
described the project as "a violation of the respect and the duty to
protect diplomatic missions of sovereign states as stipulated in international
law and principles".
The
Algerian government vowed to respond to "this provocative behaviour with
all the means deemed appropriate". It will explore "all legal
avenues including within the United Nations to protect its interests".
Morocco
is yet to comment.
The two neighbours have been at loggerheads for many years over the status of the disputed territory of Western Sahara.
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