Police violence, torture, persecution of human rights activists and random detentions. These are the tools the Moroccan authorities use to prevent the struggle for independence in Western Sahara, according to a new report from the Students 'and Academics' International Aid Fund (SAIH). Despite the fact that the UN is present in the occupied country, there is no systematic reporting of human rights violations in what is referred to as "Africa's last colony". Now both Sahrawi activists and SAIH demand that the Norwegian authorities and the international community must put pressure on the UN and Morocco to get movement in the deadlocked conflict. . . .
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