The boundary between Algeria and Mali spans for 1,374 kilometers through the Sahara desert. The boundary was first established by the French during the colonial era and was demarcated by an Algerian–Malian commission during the 1980s. There are no border disputes between the two countries; however, Algeria closed most of its borders in 2014 in response to the increased presence of terrorism throughout the region, which has raised tensions with surrounding countries.

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