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This Day in African History: 23 November

A chronicle of events in African history on this day

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1957, 23 November
Spanish enclave of Ifni is attacked by Moroccan Army of Liberation.

1988, 23 November
Sharpeville six are given reprieve from death sentence by South African president P. W. Botha.

1995, 23 November
54 members of the Muslim Brotherhood are incarcerated by an Egyptian Military court during a pre-election purge.

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