Morocco-UN-Sahara: Ban Ki-moon Sent into the Lion’s Den by Close Aides

Morocco has decried on Thursday another blunder committed at the level of the United Nations secretariat General, a blunder that came to complicate further the already strained relationship ... Continue Reading →

Sahara: Rabat, Laayoune Might be Removed from Ban Ki-Moon’s Agenda

At Morocco’s request, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon will not travel to Rabat and Laayoune, in the framework of his first North African tour to kick off on March 4 in a ... Continue Reading →

Western Sahara: Is Algiers reconsidering its position?

The latest offensive of the Moroccan diplomacy at the United Nations pleading for the Algerian Kabylie and the firmness of King Mohammed VI towards Algerian leaders seem to bear fruit. Heavyweights ... Continue Reading →

Western Sahara: Europe-Based Sahrawis Denounce Diktat of Algiers, Polisario

Young Sahrawis from the Tindouf camps who are settled in Europe and a number of African NGOs acting on behalf of a group for the defense of human rights under the banner of the Geneva-based ... Continue Reading →