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ADDIS ABEBA (African Union)- Western Sahara conflict is one of the acting chairman of the African Union Commission's priorities for the period 2021-2024, who expressed his intention to run for a second term as the commission's head.

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BIR LEHLOU (Sahrawi Liberated Territories)- Sahrawi Liberation Army continues attacks against the positions of the Moroccan occupation forces along the sand wall for the 73rd day in a row, the Sahrawi ministry of Defence said Sunday in a statement.

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CANARY ISLANDS (Spain) - The charge d'affaires of the occupied Sahrawi territories, Abdallah Souilem said on Saturday that the Moroccan occupying forces imposed "an arbitrary blockade" on the occupied Sahrawi towns since the resumption of the armed struggle last November, 13th.

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CHAHID EL HAFEDH- Sources from the Sahrawi ministry of National Defense said the Sahrawi Liberation Army has carried out new military operations in El Guergarrat region.

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PRETORIA-South Africa's Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Naledi Pandor said on Thursday that she hoped the new U.S. president Joe Biden would reverse the decision announced in December by his predecessor Donald Trump regarding recognition of Morocco's alleged sovereignty over Western Sahara.

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BUJUMBURA- The Burundian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation has decided to close its "consulate general" in occupied AlAyun, in Western Sahara "for financial reasons and reciprocity", the ministry said Thursday on twitter.

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NEW YORK- The recognition of the so-called Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara by former US President Donald Trump on December 10 "makes no sense" and has had a "negative impact," Robert Malley, president of the International Crisis Group said Thursday.

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ADDIS ABABA (Ethiopia) - Ambassador of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to Ethiopia and SADR representative to the African Union (AU) Lamine Abaali that said he expected the next meeting of the Peace and Security Council (PSC), planned to be held next month, "a new decisive start in the process of settling the Sahrawi cause".

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BIR LAHLOU (SAHRAWI LIBERATED TERRITORIES)-The Sahrawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) continued its attacks on positions of the Moroccan army for the 69th day, said the Sahrawi Defence Ministry in a communiqué.

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WASHINGTON- The next US Defense Minister Lloyd Austin said on Tuesday he would take a close look at the issue of Western Sahara, a territory proclaimed "Moroccan" by the outgoing president, Donald Trump, in violation of international law.

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