ALGIERS- President of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and Secretary General of the Polisario Front Brahim Ghali called on Tuesday the United Nations and the human rights organizations worldwide to act to enforce the respect of the international humanitarian law in occupied Western Sahara.
PARIS (France)- Saharawi Minister of the Occupied Territories and Diaspora Mohamed Ouali Akeik on Tuesday demanded that Morocco stop trying Saharawi activists for their political views, using confessions obtained under torture.
BRUSSELS-European MPs on Monday expressed their “deep concern” over the “critical” situation of the Sahrawi political prisoners of Gdeim Izik group, and urged the European Union (EU) to take the necessary measures to provide them with medical assistance in accordance with the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
PARIS-Two years after the historical Paris climate agreement, a summit of the Heads of state and government named “One Planet Summit” will take place Tuesday in Paris to take genuine actions aiming at addressing climate change.
CAIRO (Egypt)- Arab Foreign ministers called on Washington to reverse its decision to recognize Al-Quds (Jerusalem) as capital of Israel, in a resolution issued by an Arab League Foreign Minister Council meeting Sunday in Cairo.
CAIRO (Egypt)- Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel took part Saturday at the extraordinary session of the Arab League Council, in Cairo, devoted to the examination of the situation en Palestine, in the light of the US administration's decision to recognize Al-Quds Al-Sharif (Jerusalem) as Israel's capital.
GAZA- Two Palestinians have been killed early Saturday in an Israeli occupation army's air strike in the centre of Gaza Strip, a Palestinian source said.
Aousserd Camps- The president of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and the secretary-general of the Polisario Front, Brahim Ghali, on Friday warned against "any unilateral approach" that does not take into consideration the realities of Western Sahara conflict, adding that such an attitude "will not serve peace and cooperation in North Africa and the southern Mediterranean."
NEW YORK- The United Nations is “very concerned about the risks of a violent escalation” after Donald Trump’s recognition of Al Quds as the capital of Israel, affirmed Friday at the Council of Security Nickolay Mladenov, UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.
ADDIS ABABA- The African Union (AU) affirmed Thursday that the decision of the American government to recognize Al Quds as the capital of Israel would only increase tensions in the region and make it difficult to reach a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”