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Analysing low intensity conflict in Africa using press reports

Bibliographic reference Bocquier, Philippe ; Maupeu, H.. Analysing low intensity conflict in Africa using press reports. In: European Journal of Population / Revue européenne de Démographie, Vol. 21, no. 2-3, p. 321-345 (2005)
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