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The extraordinary success of Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla (Morocco)

The 25th Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla (Morocco) has been inaugurated on Friday the 13th March under the topic of « Africa and South-South Cooperation ».
The opening ceremony was […]


Dakhla : Crans-Montana African Women’s forum in Morocco

Dakhla : It’s under the theme “Women in business and politics” that African’s women will meet on the sidelines of the Crans Montana Forum. The launch of this major […]


Western Sahara conflict : Morocco’s Historical Rights Are Irrefutable: Greek Academic Study

Western Sahara conflict : Athens- All the efforts made by Morocco to achieve its national unity, hampered by the Spanish occupation, have been legal actions given the historical ri […]


#FreeMahyuba Now !!!

Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on the Polisario to allow the young Sahrawi women Mahjouba Mohamed Hamdidaf, held in captivity in the Tindouf camps, to exercise her rights of freed […]


Western Sahara: the causes of a conflict between Morocco and Algeria, by F. ARMAND

The Western Sahara is the subject of a conflict between Morocco and Algeria. The main antagonists have been bogged down in this conflict for several decades. Over the course of the […]


Moroccan Sahara beyond Western Sahara by Luis Agüero Wagner

Despite the campaigns operated by some NGOs who are getting rich off the suffering of others, the rights of Morocco to the Sahara desert go way past the conflict in the Western Sah […]


Western Sahara: Myth or Reality? by Bernard Lugan

Moroccan Western Sahara: “Moroccan-ness” of the Western Sahara: a myth or reality? by Bernard Lugan


MJPC – The Movement of Young People for Change, an alternative to the Polisario in the Sahara

The Movement of Young People for Change (MJPC in French), born from a rift with the Polisario Front, has been getting more and more organized over the last 4 months. It has become […]


Polisario Front: Algerian puppets in the Western Sahara, by Luis Agüero Wagner

The conflict in the Western Sahara is a paradigm of the international conflict created by the destructive heritage of colonialism in Africa.


Mohamed Abdelaziz acknowledges the resurgence of protests within the camps.

Mohamed Abdelaziz, who has ruled over Tindouf for 40 years with the support of the Algerian secret service, continually escalates revolt in the camps.