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Polisario: Mohamed Abdelaziz hit by another big blow

The Polisario leader, Mohamed Abdelaziz, was hit by another big blow after several Sahrawi notables decided to set up a representative body bringing together Sahrawis of various leanings ...

Polisario-Assistance: French MPs demand a census of Sahrawis in Tindouf

French deputies asked their country to support any initiative pressuring the Polisario and Algeria to allow the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) conduct a census of the Tindouf ...

Western Sahara: what’s behind Susana Malacorra’s visit with the Polisario

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is putting pressure on the Polisario again, the objective being to force the Algeria-backed Sahrawi movement to soften its position in a bid to resume ...

How much does it cost to support the Polisario? The bothering question

How much does it cost to the Algerian government and taxpayer to support the lost cause of the separatist Polisario Front? The amount is undoubtedly so huge that even the dreaded military ...

Western Sahara: Guinea Bissau, Côte d’Ivoire back autonomy plan

Guinea-Bissau and Côte d’Ivoire have renewed their support to the Morocco-proposed autonomy plan for Western Sahara, just few days apart, a reaffirmation that has undoubtedly ...

Diversions: Opening in Madrid of a legal investigation against the Polisario

Polisario leaders and executives of an association that supports the Sahrawi separatists are being sued for the embezzlement of € 20 million and the diversion of humanitarian aid ...

Exclusive: Polisario activists hold drunken meeting

Belgium-settled Polisario activists have been photographed at a pretty boozy meeting, held on Tuesday in Brussels in the presence of European supporters of the Sahrawi separatist movement. Belgian ...

How are the Tindouf refugees starved?

Thousands of Sahrawis confined in the Tindouf camps, in southwestern Algeria, are seriously threatened by starvation because of the disengagement of the authorities of Algeria, the ...

Polisario: Humanitarian aid drying up might trigger popular uprising

Turmoil is looming on the Tindouf camps where hundreds of residents are getting feverish because the humanitarian aid has drastically dropped since the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) ...

Tindouf: Polisario Militiamen mistreat peacekeepers

The Polisario Front has started effecting its threats to cut short its cooperation with the UN Mission in Western Sahara “MINURSO.” The separatist front actually adopted ...
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