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Western Sahara Protest Camp - 08 Nov 2010
29 PICTURES
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCJ2
November 07, 2010
A Sahrawi family sits in their tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city,...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
A Sahrawi family sits in their tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune, November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCIY
November 07, 2010
Saharawi women stand near their tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi women stand near their tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city Laayoune November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCIN
November 07, 2010
Saharawi women walk in the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city Laayoune November...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi women walk in the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city Laayoune November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCBH
November 07, 2010
Saharawi women queue up to collect water at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi women queue up to collect water at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune, November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST. REUTERS/YoussefBoudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCAT
November 07, 2010
A general view of the Saharawi protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune,...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
A general view of the Saharawi protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune, November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUC9M
November 07, 2010
A Saharawi woman stands beside her tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
A Saharawi woman stands beside her tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune, November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUC9E
November 07, 2010
Saharawi women walk at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune, November...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi women walk at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune, November 6, 2010. The thousands in this camp amount to be the biggest protest in three decades in Western Sahara, a former Spanish colony annexed by Morocco in 1975 and now the subject of Africa's longest-running territorial dispute. However, the protesters are steering clear of the status question and are focusing instead on bread-and-butter issues: they say they want the Moroccan government to provide more jobs and better housing. Picture taken November 6, 2010. To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZM6S
April 18, 2008
A Sahrawi woman walks through the door of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman walks through the door of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman walks through the door of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZLPF
April 18, 2008
A Sahrawi student attends a class in Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi student attends a class in Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi student attends a class in Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZLP6
April 17, 2008
Sahrawi boys cool down in a puddle at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria April...
Dakhla, Algeria
Sahrawi boys cool down in a puddle at Dakhla's refugee camp
Sahrawi boys cool down in a puddle at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZLOW
April 17, 2008
A Sahrawi woman walks through the door of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman walks through the door of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman walks through the door of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZLOU
April 17, 2008
A Sahrawi student peers from the doorway of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi student peers from the doorway of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi student peers from the doorway of Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZLOJ
April 17, 2008
A Sahrawi woman walks past Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman walks past Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman walks past Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZLOF
April 17, 2008
Sahrawi students attend a class in Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern...
Dakhla, Algeria
Sahrawi students attend a class in Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp
Sahrawi students attend a class in Carlo Giuliani school at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZIV8
April 16, 2008
A Sahrawi woman hides her face at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman hides her face at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman hides her face at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZIUX
April 16, 2008
A Sahrawi woman works on a traditional tent at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria,...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman works on a traditional tent at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman works on a traditional tent at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZIUO
April 16, 2008
A Sahrawi boy looks around at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15,...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi boy looks around at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi boy looks around at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZITK
April 16, 2008
A Sahrawi woman stands beside a traditional tent at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman stands beside a traditional tent at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman stands beside a traditional tent at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZITE
April 16, 2008
A Sahrawi woman looks around at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15,...
Dakhla, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman looks around at Dakhla's refugee camp
A Sahrawi woman looks around at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1ZIT4
April 16, 2008
Sahrawis stand in a truck at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008....
Dakhla, multiple countries
Sahrawis stand in a truck at Dakhla's refugee camp
Sahrawis stand in a truck at Dakhla's refugee camp, near Tindouf in southwestern Algeria, April 15, 2008. REUTERS/Dani Cardona (ALGERIA)
SPAIN
RTR1BUL6
October 27, 2005
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) from Iran speaks with...
Barcelona, Spain
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Moghadam speaks with Hamdi during the International...
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) from Iran speaks with Khadiya Hamdi (R) from Saharaui Republic and unidentified woman during the first day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona, Spain, October 27, 2005. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SPAIN
RTR1A822
October 27, 2005
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) of Iran speaks with Khadiya...
Barcelona, Spain
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Moghadam speaks with Hamdi during the International...
Chief of Gender Equality and Development Section UNESCO Valentine Moghadam (C) of Iran speaks with Khadiya Hamdi (R) from Saharaui Republic and unidentified woman during the first day of the International Congress on Islamic Feminism in Barcelona October 27, 2005. Catalan Islamic Board organised the first conference on Islamic feminism which presents the works of various associations in the field of women's rights. The conference will be held from October 27-29. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
SAHARA TINDOUF
RTR7KX7
November 23, 2003
Saharawi women walk holding hands at Samra's refugee camp, near Tindouf in
southwestern Algeria, November...
Tindouf, Algeria
SAHARAWIAN WOMEN WALK HOLDING HANDS AT SMARA REFUGEE CAMP.
Saharawi women walk holding hands at Samra's refugee camp, near Tindouf in
southwestern Algeria, November 23, 2003. The Saharawi Polisario, the
Algerian-backed movement, is campaigning for independence for the
mineral-rich territory controlled by Morocco. Morocco and Algeria,
Polisario's main backer in its armed conflict with Morocco from 1975 to
1991, are under increasing international pressure to settle a dispute which
has slowed regional integration. PP03110087 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Andrea Comas
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