HRW finally reacts to unfair detention of three Polisario dissidents in Dhaibiya

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has finally reacted on Tuesday (July 16) to the arbitrary detention of three dissidents from the Tindouf camps who face between five years to life in prison ...

Western Sahara: Human Rights Watch betrays itself in its own report

US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) has unveiled its true face in the latest report it just published on the situation of human rights in the Polisario-controlled Tindouf camps. Moroccan ...

HRW Blatantly Biased in Report on Tindouf Camps

Human Rights Watch (HRW) presented on Saturday in Algiers a report on the situation of human rights in the Tindouf camps, whose content raises a number of questions as to the neutrality, ...

Human Rights: NGOs Point out the Algerian Regime

The Algerian regime that is notorious by its authoritarianism is again pinned by human rights organizations which have repeatedly complained for being banned from visiting Algeria and ...
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