Understanding the Conflict in the western Sahara
UN mission for Western Sahara Following the agreement between the Government of Morocco and the Frente POLISARIO, MINURSO was deployed in September 1991 to monitor the ceasefire and to organize and conduct a referendum which would allow the people of Western Sahara to decide the Territory's future status.
www.FreeThemNow.org is a project of the Moroccan American Center for Policy providing a Petition for the Immediate & Unconditional
Release of Moroccan Prisoners of War and news about them.
Government of Morocco site on the Sahara
Friends of the Western Sahara is a website devoted to providing information and analysis on the Western Sahara dispute between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Western Sahara independence movement. This website supports the right to self determination.
Western Sahara Online. This site is not the official site of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (S.A.D.R.). The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Saharawi Government. It is intended to include a comprehensive collection of information about Western Sahara: history, culture, news, and the struggle of its people for independence.
Case study in the Inventory of Conflict and Environment (ICE) of American University intends to provide a common basis and method to looking at issues of conflict and environment including 1997 Case Study on Sahara dispute and environment
Sahara Update provides up- to- date news articles, analysis and notifications of major campaign events in favor of a free and fair referendum in Western Sahara and an end to the illegal occupation by Morocco. Maintained by the Norwegian Support Committee for Western Sahara
ARSO - Association de soutien à un référendum libre et régulier au Sahara Occidental. Provides information in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic. Weekly News archived back to 1995. Extensive set of links
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