Black Section SeparatorCrowds poured out of homes and cafes in the biggest city of Western Sahara, celebrating after the final whistle of the World Cup.
Black Section SeparatorSome of the people who attended the party are members of the ethnic group that has been seeking independence for Western Sahara.
Black Section SeparatorThey accuse the authorities of cracking down on independence activists and of trying to distract the population from the economic challenges.
Black Section SeparatorThe unifying power of the first Arab or African team to advance so far in the world’s biggest sporting event is demonstrated by the presence of some Sahraw
Black Section SeparatorThe activists accused the police of violently suppressing celebrations. Algeria didn’t get into the World Cup.
Black Section SeparatorEl-Yousefi said that some people fall into the trap of politics and chant phrases like “We won out of spite against the enemy. It’s not possible to separ
Black Section SeparatorIn what it calls its southern provinces, Morocco denies there is an armed conflict and has grown more assertive in defending its claim.
Black Section SeparatorThe kingdom received a major boost, and independence activists suffered a major blow when the United States recognized Morocco’s sovereignty over the terri
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