ALGIERS- The president of the Sahrawi Parliament Khatri Addouh said Sunday, in Algiers that the persistence of the situation in Western Sahara “is unacceptable and is a threat to regional and international security and stability.”
ALGIERS- Western Sahara ambassador to Algiers and representatives of Algerian and Sahrawi women's associations and organizations, said Sunday that the Sahrawi question was going through a "sensitive and crucial" stage.
BOUMERDES (Algeria)- Lawyers taking part in the 8th Summer Conference of the Officials of the Polisario Front and the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) stressed Saturday, in Boumerdes (50-lm east of Algiers), the need for Western Sahara people to redouble efforts and use all possible means, on every level (human, legal, cultural, sports and military), to win world public opinion.
BOUMERDES (Algeria) – Sahrawi Prime Minister, Abdelkader Taleb Omar, said Thursday in Boumerdes, that the status quo "still persists in Western Sahara" due to the "Moroccan regime’s political one-upmanship, “and the "Sahrawi people cannot remain inactive forever."
ALGIERS- Vietnamese Ambassador to Algeria, Pham Quôc Tru, welcomed Tuesday in Algiers ASEAN's economic and security achievements, highlighting the challenges which are still facing the community for promoting peace and stability in the region.
TENERIFE (Spain)- The Saharawi community in the Canary Islands has called on Spanish government to "punish" those responsible for the plundering of Western Sahara's natural resources, including sand from the port of the occupied town of al-Ayun, Saharawi news agency SPS reported.
AIN DEFLA (Algeria)- Algeria’s continued support to the Palestinian people in their fight for the recovering of their freedom can only encourage them to surpass themselves, and back them up in the justice of the cause they are fighting said Saturday, in Ain Defla, the Palestinian ambassador to Algeria Aissa Louaaye.
PARIS- The Polisario Front, the legitimate representative of the Saharawi people, called on the international organizations Thursday to collaborate to the "strict" compliance with the international humanitarian law, in the case of the Sahrawi prisoners detained by Morocco.
CHAHID EL HAFED (Sahrawi refugee camps)- The Sahrawi government affirmed that the Moroccan sovereign the King Mohamed VI has adopted in his last speech a “scornful language” concerning the cause of Western Sahara, pointing out that his speech is “a proof of headlong rush” in the face of the requirement of the international law and the United Nations’ resolutions.
LONDON- Tauro beach in Gran Canaria (Canary Islands), once rocky, has been covered in sand illegally taken from the last African colony, Western Sahara as noted by an investigation conducted by British newspaper the Guardian published on Saturday