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UN Chief Discusses Western Sahara With Moroccan King

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres held a rare meeting with Morocco's King Mohammed VI on Wednesday. The pair discussed the disputed Western Sahara region. Morocco de facto controls 80 percent of the vast desert region, rich in phosphates and with a long Atlantic coast abutting rich fishing waters.
Published 2 months ago · Western Sahara

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UN chief discusses Western Sahara with Moroccan king

ID: 1669258426884729600Thu, 2022-11-24 02:45 RABAT: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres held a rare meeting with Morocco’s King Mohammed VI on Wednesday, where the pair discussed the disputed Western Sahara region. The low-intensity conflict in Western Sahara has pitted Morocco against the Sahrawi independence fighters of the Polisario Front, supported by Algeria, for more than 40 years. Morocco de facto controls 80 percent of the vast dese…

2 months ago·Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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UN chief Guterres discusses Western Sahara with Moroccan king

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres held a rare meeting with Morocco’s King Mohammed VI on Wednesday, where the pair discussed the disputed Western

2 months ago·Saudi Arabia
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UN Chief Discusses Western Sahara With Moroccan King

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres held a rare meeting with Morocco's King Mohammed VI on Wednesday, where the pair discussed the disputed Western Sahara region.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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UN chief discusses Western Sahara with Morocco king

The low-intensity conflict in Western Sahara has pitted Morocco against the Sahrawi independence fighters of the Polisario Front, supported by Algeria, for more than 40 years.

2 months ago
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