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Sahara Question 6h
Camps: Sequestered Demand Protection against Repression.
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Y. Benchrif 21 May 14
Apparently and Tuaregs fought together in
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Sidi Omar Jan 4
Since it occupied in 1975, Morocco has imposed a complete media blackout on the Territory to hide its crimes against in the occupied territories. It keeps expelling foreign visitors, for it fears the world would know the truth about its brutal occupation.
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Martine Jahre 19 Jan 16
The situation of in occupied is unacceptable.We demand
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FiSahara 24 Aug 16
will premiere at will share our love for film and solar energy 📽☀️
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Kamal Bazaid 7 Oct 17
DPI (Department of Private pro Moroccan fake Informations) spreads fake news about censorship continues
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Christiane Amanpour 6 Mar 13
The tragic story you may have never heard of
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Nushatta Foundation Apr 14
“We are horrified that all these Moroccan auxiliary forces did everything they could to stop us from listening to ”, Pardo and Florentino told Hayat Errguibi, a former political prisoner now living in the city of El-Aaiún.
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Lahcen Haddad 14 Mar 15
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Lahcen Haddad 15 Mar 16
180k marched today in Laayoune in to protest 's biased declaration
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MoroccanSaharaEye Dec 6
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Sahara Question Jun 18
Ould Ghazouani: "Granting citizenship to of , a betrayal for Mauritanians"
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PolisarioEU 23 Oct 17
Moroccan settler population benefits in occupied at expense of : take note of protests against unemployment
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Med Rachid Laaouimir 21 Mar 16
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Mulay 11 Apr 18
It is a disgrace to see praising the tragic accident that caused the loss of hundreds of lives of and . some Moroccan proved to be inhumane, feeding the world false information about because it serves their agenda.
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Oxfam International 20 Jun 17
War in Western Sahara forced the to flee for safety. 41 years later, still in the desert, they just want to go home.
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EFAy Nov 8
8 years of dismantling. Moroccan forces entered by blood and fire and hundreds of were arrested, ill-treated and tortured. Still, to this day, 24 activists remain in prison with sentences of up to 30 years and life imprisonment.
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PressWatch 9 Apr 15
in need to enjoy their freedom of speech and of movement as well as the freedom to decide their own fate.
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APS English 30 May 17
1st anniversary of President Mohamed Abdelaziz death, pledge to continue fight for independence
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LPPS_Saharawis.NGO for Protection of Prisoners W.S Apr 3
Coinciding with meetings of the Security Council Continuing suffering of political prisoners Who are engaged in a hunger strike
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