LISBON- The issue of occupied Western Sahara and its similarities with East Timor was the main focus of an international conference held recently in Lisbon, Portugal, where the participants stressed on determination and international solidarity to snatch independence.
HAVANA (Cuba)- Sahrawi President Brahim Ghali’s last visit to Cuba reflects the nature of the strong relations between the two countries and the support to the Sahrawi cause at the international level, which is a clear response to Morocco which is looking for a rapprochement with Havana to the detriment of the Sahrawi State, said American Arabic-language newspaper "Watan.”
PARIS- The future free trade agreement between the European Union (EU) and Morocco must, despite the EU’s "contortions", comply with the international law and the decision of the European Court of Justice (EJC), said Wednesday Algeria’s ambassador to Belgium Amar Belani.
 NEW YORK-Former German President Horst Kohler will be soon appointed new United Nations Envoy for Western Sahara, a close source announced Tuesday.
ALGIERS – The Sahrawi people commemorate on Wednesday the first anniversary of the death of President Mohamed Abdelaziz, a distinguished figure by his political career and his struggle for the independence of Western Sahara, occupied by Morocco since 1975, and the Sahrawis' inalienable right to self-determination.
 LONDON – The 41-day hunger strike of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails has been "a broad assertion that the Palestinian struggle for equality, justice and freedom continues," said the British organization of solidarity with the Palestinian people; Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC). The Palestinian prisoners suspended the strike after Israeli authorities yielded to the demand to enter negotiations with the prisoners’ chosen leaders.
BRUSSELS- The Polisario Front “strongly” condemned Monday the proposal of the European Commission for the renegotiation of EU-Morocco association agreement, calling on the Union and its member States to “reject” this decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and the fundamental principles of the international law.
BRUSSELS-Human rights activists and defenders of various nationalities on Sunday criss-crossed the Belgian capital on the occasion of the 38th edition of the 20km of Brussels to express their solidarity with the Sahrawi people and support to their struggle for their inalienable right to self-determination.
PRETORIA-South-African President Jacob Zuma affirmed that Africa would not be liberated as long as the Sahrawi people is not independent and does not enjoy its right to self-determination like other countries in the continent.
ALGIERS-Outing Minister of State, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Ramtane Lamamra said Thursday in Algiers that Africa had "progressively" adopted a full institutional architecture able to "efficiently" face challenges.