Sahara: Algeria prompts the Polisario to poison climate before Geneva

Clouds started darkening the Geneva sky before the round table on the Sahara scheduled for December 5 and 6 in the Swiss city. Algeria is actually multiplying, through its proxy, the ... Continue Reading →

Recent opening of border crossing between Mauritania and Algeria turned rapidly into a fiasco

The new Algerian-Mauritanian border post Tindouf-Zouerate, opened recently with grand fanfare on the Algerian side, has seemingly turned into a fiasco according to the testimony of ... Continue Reading →

UN: Many countries voice firm support to Morocco’s position in Sahara conflict

Many countries have reaffirmed on Monday (Oct.15) before the 4th Committee of the United Nations General Assembly their support for Morocco in the Sahara conflict opposing it to the ... Continue Reading →

MINURSO chief briefs Security Council on situation in the Sahara

The UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative in the Sahara and head of MINURSO, Colin Stewart, visited UN headquarters in New York earlier this week, where he was due to ... Continue Reading →