Moroccan Sahara: Royal Armed Forces Destroyed over 96,000 Mines Since 1975

The Moroccan army has discovered and destroyed 96,727 landmines, since 1975, in the southern provinces of the Kingdom, said last Wednesday in Oslo, Morocco’s ambassador to Norway, ...

Lavrov: Moscow Willing to Engage in Dialogue with Rabat for Resolution of Sahara Conflict

Russia is ready to deepen political dialogue with Morocco for the resolution of the Sahara conflict, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov told Moroccan peer Nasser Bourita in a telephone ...

The Polisario Defies again UN by Scheduling its 15th Congress in Tifariti

The Polisario Front announced on Monday, November 25, its intention to hold its “15th National Congress” on Dec.19-23 in the demilitarized zone of Tifariti, defying once ...

Sahara: Polisario distraught by forced resignation of its Bolivian ally

Bolivian President Evo Morales, one of the strong supporters of the Polisario’s theses, was forced to resign Sunday after weeks of protests. The resignation raised serious concerns ...

Sahara: Polisario in disarray following John Bolton’s dismissal

The announcement by Donald Trump of the dismissal of his National Security Adviser John Bolton has bothered not only the Polisario but also its Algerian protectors, as the fired adviser ...

Sahara-UN: Electronic system to monitor humanitarian aid to Tindouf

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has decided to install an electronic system in the Tindouf camps to monitor international humanitarian aid and avoid the assistance diversion by ...

Sahara: Polisario complains to UN for death of a militiaman… in buffer zone  

A military vehicle of the Polisario Front violated the ceasefire agreement in Western Sahara, and drove on Saturday, June 1, to Mijek buffer zone, near the Moroccan defense system. ...

Sahara: Latest negotiations before Security Council vote

The group of friends of the Sahara (United States, France, Russia, United Kingdom, and Spain) would reportedly meet on Wednesday for final discussions on the US draft resolution, before ...

UN: New resolution on Sahara does not mention human rights monitoring

The new draft resolution on the Sahara that the Security Council is going to adopt in late April, does not differ much in its content from the previous resolution and focuses on the ...

UN-Sahara: Behind the scenes consultations come up against human rights issues

The negotiations are still ongoing behind the scenes at the United Nations in New York, ten days before the deadline for the Security Council vote of a new resolution on the Sahara, ...
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