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Every Grain of Sand - Asymptote
In the new issue of , a wonderful piece of reportage on by Bartek Sabela
WesternSahara  from twitter
april 2017 by joshua.craze
Poker menteur au Sahara – Le Desk
Good overview of the state of the Western Sahara conflict
westernsahara 
august 2016 by arabist
NRC
Millions of people fleeing their homes suffer unnecessarily because of a lack of political will and humanitarian assistance.
refugees  crisis  Sahel  Yemen  Rohingya  Myanmar  Bangladesh  Iraq  CentralAfricanRepublic  WesternSahara  NorthKorea  Sudan  Indonesia  WestPapua  NorwegianRefugeeCouncil  2016 
june 2016 by inspiral
The Fading Dream to Liberate Africa’s Last Colony
"The hardest thing is when people ask me where I'm from," Najla Mohamedlamin Salma, 27, tells me. "It's such a long story."

With her rich North African accent and colorful hijab, Najla cuts an anomalous figure on the streets of suburban Bellingham, Washington. She is a new arrival to this quiet, mostly white city, yet the effusive young woman is accustomed to life as an outsider. Najla came of age in exile alongside 165,000 fellow Saharawi refugees clinging defiantly to life in the brutal Sahara Desert. Growing up in a desolate corner of southern Algeria, Najla was raised on elders’ stories of their lost homeland, the Western Sahara, a resource-rich swath of land under Moroccan control since 1976. Widely considered "the last colony in Africa," the Western Sahara has been categorized as a "non-self-governing territory" by the United Nations since 1963, listed alongside Guam and the Falkland Islands as remnants of European imperialism.
westernsahara  algeria  morocco  mauritania  colonies  africa  2016 
may 2016 by Frontrunner
The forgotten occupation
The broken promise of an independence referendum for Western Sahara.
westernsahara 
may 2016 by nwlinks
Twitter
RT : Security Council Must Stand Up to Moroccan Bullying to End Conflict
WesternSahara  from twitter
april 2016 by nwhyte
Why Western Sahara matters, by Jeremy Corbyn
I deeply respect JC as the most engaged UK politician on this issue.
ukpolitics  westernsahara 
august 2015 by nwlinks

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