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‘Liberation deferred’ for Western Sahara

The ANC regards the return of Morocco to the African Union as selling out the Sahrawi people.

Polisario chief extends hand to Morocco

The head of the Western Sahara's pro-independence force said the group will attend talks with Morocco in December with a "hand extended for peace".

Sahrawis ‘savagely’ killed police, says Moroccan minister

Morocco defended its security forces during a deadly raid on a squatter camp in Western Sahara, and accused Sahrawi protesters of reacting savagely.

SA: Western Saharan deaths deplorable

South Africa has deplored deaths at a camp in Western Saharan following the "heavy-handed" break up of a protest by Moroccan security forces.

Sahara activists reject Moroccan king’s intervention

A statement from the Polisario Front said Morocco's King Mohammed VI comments "interfere with efforts to settle the conflict".

UN concerned about alleged abuses in Western Saharah

UN chief Ban Ki-moon met with Polisario Front head Mohamed Abdelaziz on Friday and expressed renewed concern about alleged human rights violations.

Western Sahara talks end with no breakthrough

Neither side in the Western Sahara stand-off budged during informal talks Thursday aimed at reviving negotiations to try to end the dispute.

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