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Le Journalisme Pauvre

Photo: les journalistes français qui figurent dans les Chris Coleman Papers Depuis l’Independence du Maroc, considérée par certains politologues comme trop formelle, la relation entre la presse française et le régime monarchique marocain a connu des moments très tendus. D’une … Continue reading

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Les sahraouis et les songes de la propagande tous azimuts du Maroc

Hmatou refuse d’envoyer son petit fils à l’école qui organise les festivités de la 42ème anniversaire de la “Marche Verte”; l’événement que le Maroc depuis 1975 organise le 6 Novembre de chaque année pour commémorer son occupation du Sahara Occidental. … Continue reading

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#Morocco’s “Green March” and #WesternSahara people’s catastrophe

Photo: Moroccan people in their show of the “peaceful” Green March while tanks brutally clearing the way to Western Sahara  On november 6th of every year, Morocco celebrates what once Hassan 2nd, the father of the current king, named the … Continue reading

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La chanteuse, actrice et humanitaire Cynthia Bassinet et de retours aux Nations Unis pour plaider la cause sahraouie 

Cynthia Basinet lors de sa dernière intervention devant le comité onusien de décolonisation  Pour la 11ème fois, la chanteuse emblématique américaine Cynthia Basinet mieux connue pour la version la plus populaire de “Santa Baby” est de retour aux Nations Unis … Continue reading

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At UN Geneva, the international activist Catherine Constantinides makes a powerful speech on occupied Western Sahara 

Catherine Constantinides in UN Geneva conference room   At the Human Rights Council in Geneva and at a panel on “The Refugees in the World”, the international activist Catherine Constantinides delivered a powerful speech on the plight of the Saharawi … Continue reading

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Growing international recognition of Western Sahara offers new hope for Africa’s Last Colony

Recognising the rights of occupied peoples to exist as sovereign nations, in line with the requirements of international law, has always helped rebalance unjust political odds in their favour, as well as bolster international legality. As such, the growing official … Continue reading

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Morocco’s thug diplomacy strikes back at an AU meeting

Mohamed Salem Ould Salek representing the Saharawi delegation at the African Union (photo archive)  ​Just before the kicking off of Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) that is taking place at the Joaquim Chissano International Conference Centre in Maputo … Continue reading

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