BIR LEHLOU- Sahrawi President Brahim Ghali called, Wednesday, on UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres and members of the Security Council to address the "alarming" situation in the occupied Sahrawi territories, saying that the inaction of the United Nations and their silence has allowed the Moroccan occupier to continue its barbaric practices.
AL QUDS- A 12-year-old boy wounded Wednesday by Israeli soldiers' gunfire in occupied West Bank has died, succumbing to his wounds, the Palestinian ministry of Health said in a statement.
RABAT- Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs Joey Hood on Wednesday reaffirmed in Rabat the support of the United States to the “credible” political process led by the United Nations (UN) to the old-standing conflict in Western Sahara, reiterating the US administration’s firm support for the efforts of the UN to appoint a new envoy “rapidly.”
ALGIERS- The new ambassador of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to Algeria Taleb Omar affirmed Monday that Algeria is facing, because of its positions of principle and support to just causes, the largest part of the Moroccan hostilities towards the world’s free peoples.
BRUSSELS- European countries and France in particular, victim of spying by Moroccan services, are reaping the fruits of their "zealous support" to Rabat's policy that violates international law in Western Sahara and destabilizes the region, said Monday the Polisario Front representative in Europe and the European Union (EU), Oubi Bachir Bouchraya.
BIR LAHLOU (Sahrawi Liberated Territories)-The Sahrawi Government on Friday condemned the involvement of Morocco in the Pegasus espionage case, saying that this is a "criminal act" contrary to all charters and treaties governing international relations, reports the Sahrawi press agency (SPS).
BIR LAHLOU (Liberated Sahrawi Territories)-Units of the Sahrawi People's Liberation Army (SPLA) continued, Tuesday, their attacks on the Moroccan occupation forces, targeting the bases of the occupation in the two sectors of Mahbes and Haouza, said the Sahrawi Ministry of Defence in military communiqué No. 251 of
ARAFAT MOUNT (Saudi Arabia)- Hajjis (pilgrims to the Holy Places of Islam) prayed Monday on Arafat Mount, near Mecca, key moment of the annual Muslim ritual, reduced in number for the second consecutive year because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
NEW YORK- Several personalities and former U.S. officials (Democrats and Republicans), NGOs and international organizations have expressed "deep concern" about the proposed sale of drones, precision-guided ammunition "JDAM" and other weapons to Morocco, noting that these weapons are intended to support the settlement policy of the Kingdom in Western Sahara.
LONDON-Morocco is to dig 2,400 square meters of soil in occupied Western Sahara, as part of a mineral exploration, warned the International Observatory Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW), recalling that Western Sahara is under foreign illegal occupation by Morocco, and the latter has no right under international law to carry out such exploration work.