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MINURSO Proves its Sluggishness Regarding Polisario’s Maneuvers

The United Nations Mission in Western Sahara (MINURSO) is seemingly losing its credibility because of its complacency regarding the Polisario’s new provocative maneuvers in the buffer zone, contiguous to the…

Black Sub-Saharan Migrants Victim of Manhunt in Algeria  

Algerian authorities have been conducting over the past few days a genuine manhunt against black sub-Saharan migrants stranded in Algeria. Unlike Morocco, which has regularized the situation of thousands of…

Expulsion of “SADR” Would Be Beneficial to AU, South African Institute

The expulsion of the pseudo-Sahrawi Republic “SADR” from the African Union (AU) will allow this organization to play a “constructive role” in the framework of the United Nations efforts to…

King Mohammed VI reaffirms that Morocco is in the Center of Africa

King Mohammed VI of Morocco reaffirmed Saturday his country’s “deep and mutually profitable commitment in Africa” and expressed hope that the commitment and sincere solidarity which have always bound the…

Morocco Resolved to Reintegrate AU without Relinquishing Rights on its Sahara

King Mohammed VI said on Saturday that Morocco will reintegrate the African Union, but made it clear that it will not relinquish its legitimate rights over its southern provinces. Morocco…