Morocco’s Return to the AU does not Require Anyone’s Permission

King Mohammed VI of Morocco brought up Sunday in Dakar Morocco’s decision to return to the African Union (AU), saying that “when we announced our return, we were not asking ... 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: Christopher Ross sets out on a new mission

The UN mediator for Western Sahara, Christopher Ross, is expected this weekend in North Africa, where he will try to relaunch negotiations for the settlement of the territorial dispute ... Continue Reading →

Western Sahara: 30,000 demonstrators in Laayoune demand autonomy, departure of MINURSO

More than 30,000 people took to the street Saturday night in Laayoune, the main town in Western Sahara, to call for the adoption of the autonomy plan as the sole and unique solution ... Continue Reading →