Tag Archives: Algeria

Polisario: Darya, a new case of human rights abuses

The case of the Sahrawi young woman, Darya Embark Salma, has once again evidenced the general uneasiness prevailing in the Polisario-run camps in Tindouf and shed new light on the…

Tindouf camps in turmoil

A wave of protests has been shaking the Tindouf camps over the past few days under the passive watch of the Algerian army and security forces. The popular protest movements…

Ross: Polisario confronted with quasi-insurrection

The Polisario is facing a quasi-insurrectionary situation in the Tindouf camps, where the youths no longer tolerate their dire living conditions and are desperate as their future seems so gloomy,…

Polisario Releases Mahjouba after Madrid’s Pressure on Algeria

Foreign pressure has once again proved effective against Algeria in the case of Mahjouba Mohamed Hamdidaf, a young Spanish woman of Sahrawi descent who was forcibly prevented from leaving the…

American NGO denounces forced marriages in Tindouf camps

The Tindouf camps, where thousands of Sahrawis are being forcibly detained in the total blackout imposed on them for 40 years by Algiers and its protégé the Polisario, reveal once…