Sahara: Autonomy proposal continues to gain sustained international support, King Mohammed VI

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI affirmed on Sunday that if 2016 was the year of the resolve and intransigence with regard to the Sahara issue, 2017 has been the year of clarity and of ... Continue Reading →

Some 200 students in a training camp on Moroccan Sahara

The Guelmim section of the association “The National Coalition for the Defense & Protection of Sacred Constants” organizes the second edition of the “Diplomacy ... Continue Reading →

The Economist: Western Sahara conflict, a huge economic mess for Algiers and Rabat

Because of the dispute over Western Sahara, the two Maghreb neighbors, Morocco and Algeria, lose each year 2 points of their gross domestic product (GDP), notes the renowned British ... Continue Reading →

Weapons Laden-Vehicle coming from Tindouf Intercepted in Mauritania

The Mauritanian army intercepted this week in the northwest border area, which was proclaimed recently “closed military zone”, a vehicle carrying arms and ammunition coming ... Continue Reading →