Sahara Occidental

US grants over $4 million to Sahrawis following bad weather in refugees camps

Algiers, 23 Nov 2015 (SPS) - The United States of America has announced to grant more than 4 million dollars to the Sahrawi people to support the humanitarian aid efforts following the floods in the Sahrawi refugee camps in the region of Tindouf, within the next three months.

Unwavering support of Polisario Front to Christopher Ross approaches, says Mohamed Abdelaziz

Bir Lahlou, 23 Nov 2015 (SPS) - President of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Mohamed Abdelaziz reiterated Western Sahara’s support to the personal special envoy of the United Nations Secretary General, Christopher Ross, in order to facilitate the relaunch of negotiations with Morocco likely to allow the Sahrawi people’s self-determination.

A Saharawi political prisoner began a hunger strike

Rabat(Morocco), October, 21 2015 (SPS) -The Saharawi political prisoner, Mohamed Bourial has started last September 28 a hunger strike from his Moroccan prison Sale1 in protest against the deterioration of his health , said  a source from the Ministry of Occupied Territories and Community Abroad.
The Saharawi political prisoner, Mohamed Bourial demanded respect for their legitimate right to medical treatment, added the same source.

Moroccan authorities arrest two former Saharawi political prisoners

Occupied El Aaiun(SPS), October 21, 2015 (SPS) - The Moroccan occupation authorities arrested the former two Saharawi political prisoners Mohamed Biza and Abdessalam Loumadi in the Moroccan city of Agadir, reported a source from the Ministry of Occupied Territories and Communities Abroad.
The same source revealed that the Saharawi political prisoner Abdeslam Loumadi had been detained for over 48 hours at the police station in the same city before being released with no explanation of the reasons for his arrest.

HRW denounces Morocco’s activity suspension request

New York, 5 Sept 2015 (SPS) - Human Rights Watch (HRW), the non-governmental organization monitoring respect for human rights denounced the letter sent by the Moroccan authorities asking it to suspend activities in the Moroccan territory and in occupied Western Sahara in a statement.

PM. David Cameron urged to intervene to bring justice to Haidala (letter)

London, 05/06/2015 (SPS).- “Friends of Western Sahara”, a British NGO based in north Wales, has stressed on the urgent need to intervene before the Moroccan authorities to bring justice to Takbar Haddi, the mother of Mohamed Lamine Haidala, a young Saharawi who was killed by Moroccan settlers.

Sahrawi people determined to continue struggle until independence

Algiers, November 24, 2014 (SPS) - The Ambassador of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to Algiers, Ibrahim Ghali underlined Sunday in Algiers the determination of the Sahrawi people to continue their struggle against the Moroccan occupying forces until they snatch freedom and independence.
Speaking at Echaab Forum, Ghali said "the Sahrawi people are ready to make huge sacrifices and continue their struggle, but are still committed to the peaceful struggle to exercise their right to self-determination, freedom and independence."

Death of Saharawi political prisoner: Angry, peaceful protests in occupied Dakhla

Dakhla (Occupied Territories), September 30, 2014 (SPS) - Angry but peaceful protests have been recorded Monday in the occupied town of Dakhla, following the announcement of the death of Saharawi political prisoner, member of the Saharawi Association Against Torture, Hasnet El-Wali, at the local military hospital, because of medical negligence.
Peaceful demonstrations have been staged in different streets of the city to condemn the crime, which further extends the list of crimes perpetrated by the Moroccan regime against Saharawi people.

Presidency of Republic announces Wednesday a national mourning following the death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez

Shahid Alhafed,March06,2013(SPS) the presidency of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic announced Wednesday  a national mourning following the death of President of the Republic of Venezuela ,Hugo Chavez.

Ban Ki-moon: le colonialisme n’a pas sa place dans le monde moderne

New York, 21 fév 2013 (SPS) – Le Secrétaire général de l’ONU, M. Ban Ki-moon, a exhorté jeudi le Comité onusien de décolonisation à faire preuve de plus d’efficacité dans son processus de décolonisation, soutenant que ‘’le colonialisme n’a pas sa place dans le monde moderne.’’


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