UN: Polisario worried by international support for autonomy plan

The Polisario and its mentor, Algeria, have been unsettled over the past two weeks at the diplomatic level by one of the most worrying matters for them, that of the Morocco-proposed autonomy plan in the...
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Polisario: New Scandal of Foreign Aid Embezzlement

The embezzlement of international humanitarian aid donated to the Tindouf camp population is no longer a mystery. One of the Polisario clans has denounced lately the greed of its rivals which have benefited...
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Sahara: Mission impossible for Horst Kohler?

Horst Kohler, the new Personal Envoy of the UN Secretary-General for the Sahara, is about to begin his mediation with a forthcoming visit to the Maghreb. Yet, questions remain as to his ability to convince...
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Peru: The false Sahrawi diplomat who humiliated the Polisario

Peru has placed the Polisario in an unprecedented awkward situation. The Peruvian customs police denied entry to a person who presented herself as the ambassador of the Sahrawi Republic, while she was...
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Spain: Polisario embarrassed by Sahrawi asylum seekers

The leaders of the Polisario separatist front are very embarrassed because of the group of young Sahrawis who fled the Tindouf camps and attempted to seek asylum in Spain. According to a source from the...
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Sahara: Japan deals serious blow to the Polisario

It was a serious blow that the Polisario suffered in Maputo, which is hosting the TICAD, the Japan-sponsored Tokyo International Conference on the Development of Africa. Tokyo categorically refused the...
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Algeria: Why the Polisario gloats after Ouyahya’s return to business

The Polisario leaders have been gloating since Ahmed Ouyahya’s return to business in Algeria. The reserved Abdelmajid Tebboune has been disembarked less than three months after his appointment as...
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Sahara: Uruguayan justice gives serious doubts to the Polisario

The Polisario leaders have started doubting the effectiveness of their strategy seeking to harass ships carrying Moroccan phosphate. Their doubts are increasing, especially after the new setback they suffered...
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Western Sahara: The Economist analyzes losses incurred by Algeria, Morocco

Relations between Algeria and Morocco are tense and acrimonious because of the Western Sahara conflict. However, what is often overlooked is the huge economic and social loss caused by the closure of borders...
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Polisario: What is behind Nouakchott’s decision to declare border with Algeria “closed military zone”?

Nouakchott’s decision to declare the border with Algeria a “closed military zone” did not come out of the blues. The seizure a few days later of weapons and drugs in a vehicle coming from...
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