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European Union accuses Algeria

For years, a large part of the European Union’s humanitarian assistance destined to the Tindouf camps Sahrawis has never reached the initial addressees as it has been diverted by the Polisario leaders. The facts were not established by any unknowns but by a report of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) …

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Western Sahara: Egypt Reaffirms Attachment to Morocco’s Territorial Integrity

      Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Choukri reaffirmed Egypt’s attachment to Morocco’s territorial integrity and its support for the autonomy initiative submitted by the Kingdom to put an end to the Western Sahara conflict.   Concerning the Western Sahara issue, the Egyptian Foreign Minister reaffirmed Egypt’s attachment to Morocco’s …

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Western Sahara: Algeria creeps into relationship between Morocco and Egypt

  It is now established that Algeria is behind the sudden media escalation between Morocco and Egypt. The Western Sahara issue, a key subject matter for Algeria which is constantly trying to glean support for the Polisario Front, is behind this verbal row.  Things went awry last week, when Algeria …

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Western Sahara: Waiting on Washington – and Algiers

Robert M. Holley  Seven years have passed since Morocco took the initiative, with the strong encouragement and backing of Washington, to offer a compromise political solution to the enduring Cold War legacy dispute over Western Sahara.  Beginning with the presidency of Bill Clinton, three US Administrations—including that of President Obama—have …

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Daech Supporters in Tindouf Camps

  The Polisario leader, Mohamed Abdelaziz and his cronies are reportedly bothered by revelations relayed over the past few days by the electronic media and social networks.   The body of an armed member of the Polisario was discovered and identified by the Malian army which had ambushed a militia …

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