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ALGIERS-The international community that condemned on Tuesday Israel's settlement policy was unanimous on rejecting the United States' decision to no longer consider it as as inconsistent with international law, recalling that such a position violates UN Security Council Resolution 2334.
ALGIERS-Counterterrorism must be permanently adapted and updated in the light of the new strategies adopted by terrorist networks that do not skimp on means to undermine the stability of countries and populations, said the African Union (AU) Commissioner for Peace and Security (CPS), Smail Chergui.
MADRID-Thousands of Sahrawis, living in Spain, and members of solidarity associations with the Sahrawi people gathered Saturday in Madrid to urge the Spanish Government to cancel the shameful Declaration signed by Madrid in 1975, allowing Moroccan invasion of Sahrawi territories.
GAZA- Eight Palestinians from the same family have been killed in an Israeli air raid on the south of the Gaza Strip, the ministry of Health in the enclave said Thursday.
RAMALLAH-Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas urged the international community to stop Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip, where 23 Palestinians were killed by the Israeli army, his spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh announced Wednesday.
ALGIERS – The European Union must "draw the necessary conclusions" of the decision of the European Union Court of Justice on Tuesday on the labeling of products made in "colonies," imposed on the food products coming from the Palestinian occupied territories, said Belgian Euro-deputy Petra de Sutter, calling for a "European initiative" to regulate trade in products originating in the occupied territories, including occupied Western Sahara.
NEW YORK- United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres expressed his deep concern about the escalating violence in the coastal countries of West Africa, calling for an international solidarity in the fight against violent extremism.
WASHINGTON (United States)- A biased article published in the American daily newspaper The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on Western Sahara was paid and suggested by the firm SGR Government Relations & Lobbying, hired by Morocco to influence US position on Western Sahara issue, Al-Monitor said.
CHAHED EL-HAFEDH- The International Campaign against the Moroccan Wall in Western Sahara, "Together to remove the wall," called upon the international community to pressure on the Moroccan occupier to remove this wall of humiliation and shame, dubbing it a crime against humanity that all just and peace-loving peoples must condemn and campaign to remove their barrier of separation.
 OCCUPIED AL-AYUN - The Association of Sahrawi Human Rights Defenders (CODESA) on Saturday condemned the crimes committed by Morocco against the Sahrawis in the occupied cities of Western Sahara, calling for the establishment of a UN monitoring of human rights.