RABAT- The trial of the Saharawi political prisoners of the Gdeim Izik group has been postponed Tuesday to July 18 for the sixth consecutive time, media reported.
ALGIERS-Saharawi Foreign Minister Mohamed Salem Ould Essalek hailed the decision taken by the African Union (AU) to revive African mechanisms aiming to help resolve the conflict between Morocco and the Saharawi Republic, stressing that the recent positions of the organization taken last week during the summit in Addis Ababa were "judicious and logical.
NOUAKCHOTT-Participants in the training workshop on religious education manuals, which wrapped up Friday in Nouakchott (Mauritania), called to revise these manuals to face violent extremism threats.
BIR LAHLOU (Sahrawi territories)-The Sahrawi government and the Polisario Front denounced a Moroccan bill on delimitation of territorial waters between occupied Western Sahara and Canary Islands (Spain), and considered the bill "null and void," said Friday a statement of the Saharawi Ministry of Information.
LONDON – A petition against the ongoing trade talks between the European Union (EU) and Morocco on the natural resources of Sahrawi territories has been launched Thursday by Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW).
MADRID- The peace plan for the self-determination of Western Sahara must be implemented, said the Spanish Workers’ Commissions in the final resolution of its eleventh congress held in the beginning of the month in Madrid.
STRASBOURG-The European Parliament adopted Wednesday by a large majority the report on recommendations to the Council in anticipation of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, in which it reiterated its commitment to the full implementation of the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on Western Sahara in last December.
ADDIS ABABA-Foreign Minister Abdelkader Messahel hailed in Addis Ababa the key role played by the Heads of state and government of the African Union (AU) during the 29th AU Summit, in the search for a solution to the Sahrawi issue.
ADDIS ABABA- African Union's leaders adopted, Tuesday in Addis Ababa during their 29th Summit, a resolution on Western Sahara calling to revitalize the 1978 Ad Hoc Committee of Heads of State.
ADDIS ABABA- Sahrawi Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Salem Ould Salek dubbed Tuesday, in Addis Ababa, “victorious” the firm commitment of the Africa Union’s heads of State and government, who met at the 29th AU Summit, in favour of the Sahrawi cause.