Local-reporter macro. Two (or more) labels

I have a code on page:

{report-block}
{local-reporter:value:label spec_cases > label:content|space=PUB}
{content-filter:space=PUB|labels= +marine, +(algeria, dz)}
{text-sort:content:title}
{local-reporter}
{report-body}
h5.{report-info:content:title|link=true}
{report-info:content:labels|link=true}
{report-body}
{report-block}

It works, but it's slow. It first chooses pages with 'spec_cases label', and then narrows results only to those pages with 'marine' label and either 'algeria' or 'dz' label (or both). The question is if it's possible to create something like that:

{report-block}
{local-reporter:value:label (algeria, dz) > label:content|space=PUB}
{content-filter:space=PUB|labels= +marine, +spec_cases}
{text-sort:content:title}
{local-reporter}
{report-body}
h5.{report-info:content:title|link=true}
{report-info:content:labels|link=true}
{report-body}
{report-block}

The code above doesn't work of course.

I know I can use combining-reporter, but I'd like to avoid it.

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There's no way to do it with the 'value:label' option, or with {local-reporter}. I suspect the problem is that you can't filter labels to a specific space using 'value:label' - it will get all content with that label across all spaces initially.

I would suggest testing using {content-reporter} in this case. It has some performance issues currently (hopefully to improve for the next release of Reporting for Conf 4.0), but with labels it is often not too bad. Try this:

{content-reporter:labels=+(algeria, dz), +marine, +spec_cases|space=PUB}
  {text-sort:content:title}
{content-reporter}

See how that goes...

Thanks for the answer.

Unfortunatelly content-reporter macro is way too slow. That's why I want to use local-reporter.

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