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US News Sahara: the Polisario promises "escalation" with Morocco

17:10  24 january  2021
17:10  24 january  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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Brahim Ghali, leader of Polisario Front, announced the group will no longer abide by the commitment of the decades long truce and accused Morocco of already having violated the agreement. Morocco says it will continue to observe the ceasefire.

Morocco , which maintains that Western Sahara is an integral part of the kingdom, has offered autonomy for the territory but insists it will retain sovereignty. The Polisario demands a referendum on self-determination as set out in the 1991 ceasefire. The vote has been repeatedly postponed due to

The second life of Operation Barkhane .
While France's commitment will be discussed at the next G5 Sahel summit, scheduled for Ndjamena in mid-February, President Macron's desire to downsize does not worry the officers. © Thomas Paudeleux / AP / SIPA During the night of January 23 to 24, two camps of the Malian Armed Forces (Fama) resisted two attacks by armed terrorist groups (GAT). "The Fama immediately gained the ascendancy over their adversary and held their position," said the statement from the French general staff.

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