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OCCUPIED AL-AYUN – Sahrawi human rights activist, Aminatou Haidar, strongly criticized the way in which the Unites Nations addresses the issue of Western Sahara decolonization, arguing that "the approach adopted by the United Nations has not fully satisfied the aspirations of the Sahrawi people."

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GENEVA – Sahrawi activist Aminatou Haidar called on the UN Human Rights Commission to send inquiry commissions to the occupied areas of Western Sahara and respond to the grave violations committed by the Moroccan occupation against the Sahrawi civilian population.

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STOCKHOLM – Sahrawi human rights activist and 2019 alternative Nobel Prize winner, Aminatou Haidar, called on the Swedish government to implement the Swedish Parliament decision of 2012, recognizing the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).

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GENEVA- Sahrawi human rights activist Aminatou Haidar called, in an interview with AFP, published on Tuesday, the international community to “act urgently” for the holding of a referendum on self-determination in Western Sahara occupied by Morocco, affirming that the United Nations, Europe, and notably France and Spain,  have a responsibility to “avoid” any conflict in the region,

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STOCKHOLM (Sweden)- Western Sahara's human rights activist and 2019 Alternative Nobel Prize winner, Aminatu Haidar, called on international organizations and European civil society Monday in Stockholm, Sweden, to mobilize to put an end to the grave human rights violations committed by Moroccan authorities in the occupied territories of Western Sahara.

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GENEVA- Sahrawi human rights activist Aminatu Haidar called on the office of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders to take into consideration the seriousness of the situation in the occupied areas of Western Sahara and to take measures to prevent Morocco from repressing and imprisoning peaceful activists.

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BERLIN- Sahrawi human rights activist Aminatu Haidar called Wednesday, in Berlin, on the German government to address the current situation in occupied Western Sahara, arguing that European countries should not maintain relations with Morocco, an expansionist country known for its constant violations of international law.

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STOCKHOLM-The Right Livelihood Award, commonly referred to as the Alternative Nobel Prize went this year to four human rights and climate activists, including Sahrawi activist Aminatou Haider, announced Wednesday the Right Livelihood Foundation in a statement.

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NEW YORK –  Aminatou Haidar, Sahrawi human rights defense icon was paid a glowing tribute by an American newspaper, labeling her the “Gandhi of Western Sahara” in a long portrait of her career and fight for peace.

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MADRID- Sahrawi human rights activist Aminatou Haidar warned Saturday, in Madrid, of the “worrying” humanitarian situation in the occupied territories of Western Sahara, denouncing the Moroccan suppression and the violations of Sahrawi people’s rights.

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