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BIR LEHLOU (Liberated Sahrawi Territories)- The Sahrawi People's Liberation Army (SPLA) continued its attacks against the positions and entrenchments of the Moroccan occupation forces behind the Moroccan berm for the 65th consecutive day, said the Sahrawi Defence Ministry said. 

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BIR LAHLOU (Liberated Sahrawi territories)- The Moroccan occupier is promoting fictitious victories in Western Sahara to absorb the anger of the Moroccan people who reject the normalization with the Zionist entity, and cover the significant losses inflicted on its army, Minister of Information, Spokesman of the Sahrawi Government Hamada Salma Daf affirmed on Saturday.

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BIR LEHLOU (Liberated Territories)- Sahrawi Liberation Army has continued its attacks against positions of Moroccan occupation forces beyond Morocco's sand wall, for the 64th consecutive day, the Sahrawi ministry of Defense said in a statement.

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NEW YORK - The US Dow Jones Index has warned multinationals about the risks and serious fallout that can result from any investment in the occupied territories of Western Sahara.

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SPLA continues attacks on Moroccan Army

Friday, 15 January 2021 12:01

BIR LEHLOU-The units of the Sahrawi People's Liberation Army (SPLA) continued their attacks on the positions of the Moroccan Army along the "wall of shame," the said Thursday Sahrawi Defense Ministry.

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CHAHID EL HAFEDH-The Polisario Front warned Wednesday against the dangerous repercussions of the policy of the Moroccan colonizer if it continues involving foreign parties in the war against the Sahrawi people by attempting to despoil their legitimate national rights.

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BIR LEHLOU-  The units of the Sahrawi People's Liberation Army (SPLA) have continued their attacks targeting the positions of Moroccan occupation soldiers along the Wall of Shame, the Sahrawi Defence Ministry said on Wednesday.

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ALGIERS- The firm opposition of several republicans and democrats, to the unilateral decision of the US outgoing President Donald Trump to recognize Morocco's alleged sovereignty over Western Sahara is "a positive sign," said American expert in international law, Stephen Zunes, considering possible the cancellation of the measure by the future tenant of the White House.

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BIR LEHLOU- Sahrawi Liberation Army continued Monday and Tuesday their attacks on Moroccan occupation military bases and positions along the wall of shame, for 61st day in a row, the ministry of National Defense said Tuesday in a statement.

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ALGIERS- Adviser to the Sahrawi president, Nana Labaat Rachid expressed on Tuesday the wish that the elected American president, Joe Biden, adjusts the outgoing US President Donald Trump's illegal announcement regarding Western Sahara, claiming that the United States are put to "test" of respect for international law.

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