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European Parliament denounces in a resolution human rights violations in Algeria

The European Parliament adopted on Thursday by an overwhelming majority of 669 votes in favor, 3 against and 22 abstentions, an emergency resolution denouncing the violations of human rights in Algeria and the deterioration of freedoms. The resolution was tabled by the centrist political groups, namely “Renew Europe” and “Socialists and Democrats (S&D)” as crackdown […]

Indonesia: Moroccan Sahara Issue would Have Been Easily Resolved if Algeria had stopped Supporting “Polisario”

The issue of the Moroccan Sahara would have been easily resolved if Algeria had stopped supporting the “polisario”, Indonesian news portal “Kompasiana” wrote on Sunday. “Algeria continues to harbor resentment against Morocco (…). This is why it supports the Polisario with money and weapons,” said the author of the article, journalist Veeramalla Anjaiah. The UN […]

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Liberia calls for free flow of traffic in Guerguarat, reiterates support for Morocco’s national cause

Liberia has called for maintaining and preserving the free flow of goods, people and services at the Guerguarat crossing point between Morocco and Mauritania, while reaffirming its solidarity with Morocco and its support for the Kingdom’s national cause. “Liberia maintains its steadfast position in support of Morocco’s rights on its territorial integrity and sovereignty,” said […]

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Polisario Militias fled Guerguarat, set their tents on fire after intervention of Moroccan Army

After Morocco has shown a great deal of restraint and wisdom in the face of the desperate provocations of the Algeria-backed Polisario which has been blocking the road linking the Kingdom to Mauritania, the Royal Armed Forces set up a security cordon to secure the flow of goods and people across Guerguarat. The Polisario elements […]

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Algeria : Lakhdar Bouregaa, figurehead for Hirak, dies of coronavirus

Lakhdar Bouregaa, 87, a veteran of independence and figurehead for the Hirak protest movement, which is calling for regime change, died of coronavirus. Lakhdar Bouregaa was highly respected by the youth of Hirak. They saw in him a bridge between the 1954 revolution to end colonization and the Hirak for a change of the system, […]

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Algerian President diagnosed with ovid-19

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has tested positive for covid-19 while he is in Germany for in-depth medical examinations. The office of the 74-year old man made the announcement Tuesday unveiling for the first time the rationale behind the country’s leader’s medical sojourn in Germany. Tebboune was whisked to the European country last week for alleged […]

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UN Security Council Extends by One Year MINURSO Mandate

The UN Security Council decided, on Friday, to extend by one year MINURSO’s mandate, reaffirming anew the pre-eminence of the Moroccan autonomy initiative to settle the artificial conflict over the Moroccan Sahara. The Security Council has decided to extend MINURSO’s mandate until 31 October 2021, says resolution N° 2548, which was presented by the United […]

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Algerian President transferred to Germany for “in-depth medical checkups

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has been transferred to Germany for in-depth medical examinations following recommendation from his medical staff, his office said in a statement Wednesday. Tebboune, a 74-year old heavy smoker, has not made any public appearance since Saturday following indications from his office that he has gone into self-isolation as part of precautions […]

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Algerian President admitted to hospital after contact with covid-19

The office of the Algerian Prime Minister Tuesday indicated that the President has been hospitalized few days after he came in contact with several State officials who tested positives for covid-19. “Upon recommendation of his nurses, the President of the Republic Abdelmadjid Tebboune, has been admitted to a unit of specialized care at the central […]

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Tunisia: the country strengthens its military cooperation with the US

Mark Esper was Wednesday, September 29 in Carthage as part of a tour of the Maghreb. Tunis welcomes the strengthening of already close ties with Washington while its American ally considers it since 2015 as a major non-NATO ally. This visit will have been an opportunity for new commitments. At the American Military Cemetery in […]

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