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Guinea Bissau, Côte d’Ivoire back autonomy plan

Guinea-Bissau and Côte d’Ivoire have renewed their support to the Morocco-proposed autonomy plan for Western Sahara, just few days apart, a reaffirmation that has undoubtedly upset Algeria which ba

Autonomy Initiative Reflects Morocco’s ‘Good Will’: Senegal’s FM

The autonomy initiative put forward by Morocco as a lasting solution to the Sahara issue evidences “good will” said Senegal’s Foreign Minsiter Mankeur Ndiaye.

African Union, ‘inconceivable’ Without Morocco – Senegal’s FM

The African Union cannot be thought of without Morocco, said Senegal’s Foreign Minister Mankeur Ndiaye.

Senegal Reaffirms “Firm” Support to Morocco’s Autonomy Plan

Senegal reaffirmed on Thursday in Jakarta its “firm” support to Morocco’s proposal to grant large sovereignty to its southern provinces (the so-called Western Sahara) while maintaining its sovereig

Dubious claims of militant training camps in the Sahara

A Fox News story on 'terrorist' training camps in Mauritania contains factual errors and cites questionable sources

Tanzania to Withdraw Recognition of Polisario’s Self-proclaimed Republic

Tanzania is moving towards the withdrawal of its recognition of the so-called Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic founded by the Polisario Front, Le360 reported.

MOROCCO: MALI IS NOT A “PRIVATE BACKYARD” OR A TESTING GROUND

Morocco expressed its “great disappointment” at “the worrying setback that the peace process goes through in Northern Mali.” A statement from Morocco’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that “th

20 african NGO's condemns the Polisario, Algeria for humanitarian aid diversions

Several African NGOs and institutions have joined many European sides to condemn the diversion by Algerian and Polisario officials of the European Union’s humanitarian aid to the civilian populatio

Kenya’s Former PM Calls for Moroccan Algerian Reconciliation for ‘Good of Africa’

Kenya’s Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga urged Morocco and Algeria to reconcile and engage more with one other to foster economic prosperity and enhanced security in Africa.

Crans Montana: Guinean Prime Minister Praises Morocco’s Role in South-South Cooperation

Prime Minister of the Republic of Guinea, Mohamed Said Fofana, expressed on Friday his gratitude to King Mohammed VI and to Morocco’s commitment to strengthen South-South cooperation and solidarity

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