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Establishment of Tanzanian-Saharawi Solidarity Committee (TASSC)

 
Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), 26 July 2015 (SPS) - A Tanzanian-Saharawi Solidarity Committee (TASSC), aimed at supporting the Saharawi people in their noble struggle for self-determination, has been inaugurated Saturday in Dar es Salaam by intellectuals, researchers, students of international law at the University of Dar Es Salaam (UDM) and artists, said a statement of the SADR embassy in Dar es Salaam.
 

Over 400 participants in summer University of Saharawi Republic executives in Boumerdes

 
Boumerdes, 25 July 2015 (SPS) - The works of the Summer University of executives of the Polisario Front and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) have opened Saturday in Boumerdes, with the participation of over 400 executives, including members of the Government and representatives of the Polisario Front and the Saharawi people in the occupied territories.
 

SADR Embassy in Nigeria participates in celebrations of Africa and Nelson Mandela days

 
Abuja (Nigeria) July 25, 2015 (SPS) - The Embassy of the Sahrawi Republic (SADR) in Nigeria took part Friday in a large African cultural evening hosted by Abuja Hilton, alongside embassies representing more than 40 African countries, to celebrate the 52nd anniversary of Africa Day and the Nelson Mandela International Day.
 

New Sahrawi graduates from Cuban universities

 
Havana (Cuba), July 25, 2015 (SPS) – Some 60 Sahrawi students have been graduates from Cuban universities in different fields, among them 36 health professionals including physicians, X-ray technicians, nurses and specialists.  
  

Morocco has coerced, bribed, co-opted the international community to prevent scrutiny on its treatment of people in Western Sahara (Kerry Kennedy)

London, July 24, 2015 (SPS) .- Morocco has coerced, bribed, co-opted the international community to prevent scrutiny on its treatment of people in Western Sahara, Ms Kerry Kennedy said in an article posted Thursday in The Guardian.
 

Kerry Kennedy reveals gross human rights violations in occupied Western Sahara

London, July 24, 2015 (SPS) - The President of Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights, Ms. Kerry Kennedy, has published an article on the Guardian highlighting large-scale Moroccan human rights violations against the Saharawi people, focusing in particular on the case of Mohamed Lamine Haidala, who was assassinated by Moroccan settlers.

Ambassador in South Africa attends Patrick Balika memorial

Johannesburg, July 23, 2015 (SPS) - Ambassador in South Africa, Mr. Salha Abd, participated Wednesday in the official memorial ceremony of the late South African freedom fighter and friend of the Saharawi people, Patrick Balika, who passed away on 16 July 2015.

The ceremony attended by members of the diplomatic corps accredited to South Africa as well as prestigious political and cultural figures.

Death of Saharawi citizen and her unborn baby at Marrakech University Hospital

Marrakech (Morocco), July 23, 2015 (SPS) - Saharawi citizen, Fatimatu Sakali, and her unborn baby were died on 9 July 2015 due to medical negligence she experienced at the University Hospital of Marrakech, said CODEA.

Fatimatu had waited the doctor specialized in childbirth at the so-called Hassan II hospital in TanTan for more than 15 hours, before being transferred in a very critical condition to Guleimim and then to Marrakech where she died.

President of Republic congratulates Equatorial Guinea counterpart on success of Ebola Summit

Malabo, July 23, 2015 (SPS) - The President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Polisario Front Mr. Mohamed Abdelaziz on Wednesday congratulated his counterpart of Equatorial Guinea, Mr. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, for the successful hosting of the International Conference on Africa’s Fight against Ebola, held in Malabo on July 20-21.

Nigeria Ruling Party voices support to Saharawi’s freedom and independence

Abuja, July 23, 2015 (SPS) - President of the All Progressives Congress (ruling party), John Odigie Oyegun, has expressed support to the struggle of Saharawi people for freedom and independence, adding that such position is “a continuation of Nigeria’s tradition and history of support to liberation issues in Africa.”

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