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Inuit, Maori and Gaelic performers are among the leading indigenous artists bringing a powerful message to London for the...

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Morocco’s exploitation of Western Sahara’s fish stocks in choppy waters.

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Twenty years after the UN ceasefire – what does the future hold?

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Demonstrators evicted as Moroccan security forces move in to ‘protest city’.

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Saharawis protest on the streets of Western Sahara.

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Stefan Simanowitz reports from Algiers.

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Hunger-striking human rights activist arrives home in Western Sahara. Jeremy Corbyn and Stefan Simanowitz report...

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Brian Eno and Stefan Simanowitz uncover the background to the month-long hunger strike of Nobel Peace Prize...

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One brave woman has brought the world's attention back on to the plight of Western Sahara's people.

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On the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Stefan Simanowitz reports from Western Sahara on the wall that...

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Exactly 34 years after a ruling by the ICJ recognized the Saharawi’s right to self-determination, British MPs gathered to call...

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The largest solidarity movement between two peoples offers hope in Western Sahara, writes Paul Rigg.

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For a week each May, a desolate refugee camp plays host to the Sahara International Film Festival, helping to raise awareness...

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In the aftermath of protesting students' deaths, Nikolaj Nielsen reflects on the world's abandonment of Western Sahara.

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Nikolaj Nielsen is caught up in the aftermath as two Western Saharan students are murdered in Morocco.

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People in Western Sahara have been waiting 43 years for their rights under international law

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