Thursday, November 26, 2015  
Populations in Tindouf camps are sequestered deprived of freedom of movement (Ambassador)
| 11/20/2015
The populations of Tindouf camps, southwest Algeria, are not refugees but sequestered, deprived of freedom of movement and under the influence of armed militias that divert aid granted to them by international organizations, said the Ambassador of Morocco in Australia and New Zealand, Mohamed El-Mae Ainin.


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| 11/25/2015
AU member DRC reiterates its unwavering support to Morocco over Sahara issue
The minister in charge of relations with the Parliament of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tryphon Kin-Kiey Mulumba, reiterated on Tuesday in Rabat, "unequivocal" support of his country to Morocco regarding the Sahara issue.
| 11/24/2015
Palestinian state formally rejects any comparison between Palestinian cause and Sahara issue
The Palestinian state expressed its "categorical rejection" of any "erroneous" and "misleading" comparison between the Palestinian issue and the Moroccan Sahara.
| 11/16/2015
Associations in Madrid denounce plight of the Sahrawis in Tindouf
Spanish and Moroccan civil society activists denounced Thursday, November 12 in Madrid, the daily ordeal experienced by populations sequestered in Tindouf camps in the Algerian territory and abuses committed by  Polisario.



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