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Moroccans victims of arbitrary expulsion from Algeria

    On December 18, 1975, the Algerian government expelled 45,000 families—about 500,000 people—who were legally resident in Algeria, and many of whom had lived in Algeria for decades. Houari Boumediene, the chairman of Algeria’s Revolutionary Council, ordered the Moroccans detained and expelled in response to the Moroccan “Green March” …

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Tindouf Camps of Polisario : Terrorist threat for the regional security.

  WASHINGTON, DC–(Marketwired , 2015) – Terrorist attacks in North Africa and the Sahel reached the “highest annual total in the region in more than a decade,” according to a new report from The Inter-University Center on Terrorism Studies (IUCTS) and the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies released yesterday. The …

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“With Great Praise for the area, President of the Forum Crans Montana, Jean Paul Carteron, selects Dakhla as the site of upcoming forum”

The president of the Forum Crans Montana, Jean Paul Carteron, put the Algerian régime in its place, when affirming that he doesn’t have any lessons to receive about the organization of this big forum that will take place in Dakhla from March 12th through March 14th. “The Algerian attacks don’t …

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Morocco withdraws from the 5th Grand Cycling Tour of Algeria

The Moroccan National cycling team retires this Saturday of the Big Tour of Algeria  (GTAC 2015) before the beginning of this test. In reason: a team’s presence representing the polisario. The Algerian authorities made again in the provocation. For the Big Cycling Tour of Algeria, foreseen until March 30 through 25 …

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