Sahara: Algeria sets aside its stated principles, supports Madrid against Catalan independence

The Algerian regime, which has always claimed it defends the principle of peoples’ self-determination, ignored this principle in the case of Catalonia, out of fear to irritate Madrid ...

EU-Africa summit: the blackmail of Algiers, Pretoria

The South African and Algerian regimes, fervent advocates of the separatist theses of the Polisario Front and its chimerical republic “SADR”, threaten to thwart the Africa-EU ...

Moroccan OCP group accuses South Africa of “act of political piracy”

The Moroccan phosphate group (OCP) denounced on Thursday (July 13) South Africa for committing an “act of political piracy” after its justice had ordered, in mid-June, the ...

Morocco Shall Never “Recognize” the Pseudo-Sahrawi Republic

“Morocco will never recognize” the so-called Sahrawi republic “SADR,” even after it returned to the African Union (AU), said Moroccan junior Minister for Foreign ...

MEP calls for census of Sahrawis in Tindouf

Member of the European Parliament Gilles Pargneaux has called for the holding of a census of the Sahrawi populations sequestrated in the Tindouf camps, an operation that Algerian authorities ...

Instability in MENA Region on Agenda of Obama -Mohammed VI Meeting

The meeting between President Barack Obama and King Mohammed VI on Friday at the White House takes place at a time of deep political reconfiguration in the Arab World. In this new regional ...

Why Is Western Sahara Independence Unrealistic?

There are only two options for a final settlement of the Western Sahara conflict: the Morocco-proposed initiative to grant a large autonomy to the disputed territory or the self-determination ...

EU urged to get more involved in Sahara conflict settlement

The Socialists and Democrats (S & D) in the European Parliament have called on the European Union to be more involved in the search for a peaceful and lasting settlement of the ...
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