Polisario Does not Understand its Repeated Setbacks in Africa

According to a well-informed source in the Tindouf camps, the Polisario front and its mentor, Algeria, are disoriented and unable to understand the rapid changes in the position of many African countries,...
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Western Sahara: Tanzania widens cracks in pro-Polisario camp in East Africa

The support enjoyed so far the Polisario in Africa is cracking. The latest evidence that the separatists are losing ground came from Tanzania. The East African country has actually expressed support to...
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Sahara: Algeria Irritated by King Mohammed VI’s African Tour

Algerian diplomacy has been at a loss since Morocco announced its desire to return to the African Union, and the current tour of King Mohammed VI in three countries in East Africa (Rwanda, Tanzania and...
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Venezuela Fails to Have Polisario Invited to Non-Aligned Movement Summit

The Polisario supporters find it increasingly hard to secure the separatist front’s access to a number of international meetings. The setback has just been experienced by Venezuela. Actually, the countries...
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King Mohammed VI Hopes for Revival of “Sincere Solidarity” between Algerian, Moroccan peoples  

King Mohammed VI has once again reached out to Algeria, expressing hope for sincere solidarity between the Algerian and Moroccan peoples so that they continue to work together to serve Maghreb and Arab...
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Sahara: Polisario taken aback by strong-worded speech of Mohammed VI  

King Mohammed VI has seriously embarrassed the Polisario leadership when he stated on Saturday in the Throne Day speech that Morocco had managed to make of 2016 “the year of determination”...
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Sahara: Turkish Investors’ Visit Maddens Algeria, the Polisario

The visit undertaken by a delegation of Turkish economic operators in southern Morocco on Wednesday, part of their prospection for investment projects in the Sahara, angered Algerian leaders who saw it...
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Algiers more worried than the Polisario by Morocco–GCC Summit

In Algeria, neither Algerian leaders, nor Polisario leaders were expecting such a heavy blow: the announcement of a summit between King Mohammed VI and the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council, on April...
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Sahara: Moscow’s Position Poured Cold Water on the Polisario

The Polisario’s current worries are not caused only by the holding of the Crans Montana Forum in the city of Dakhla in the Sahara. Mohammed Abdelaziz’s front and its friends have also been shaken...
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Successful Visit of Mohammed VI in Paris Makes Polisario Unhappy  

A gloomy atmosphere is prevailing this week in the Polisario headquarters in Tindouf, according to an informed source from the Sahrawi camps in Algeria. The reason that plunged them in low-spiritedness...
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