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ALGERIA/
RTR2J9HB
February 28, 2011
Sahrawis shout slogans for the freedom of Western Sahara before a demonstration organised by officials...
Tifariti, Algeria
Sahrawis shout slogans for the freedom of Western Sahara before a demonstration organised by officials...
Sahrawis shout slogans for the freedom of Western Sahara before a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2J9GL
February 28, 2011
A Sahrawi woman waits before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi...
Tifariti, Algeria
A Sahrawi woman waits before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from SADR...
A Sahrawi woman waits before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2J9GF
February 28, 2011
Sahrawi women wait before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi...
Tifariti, Algeria
Sahrawi women wait before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from SADR to...
Sahrawi women wait before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2J9G9
February 28, 2011
A Sahrawi man sits before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi...
Tifariti, Algeria
A Sahrawi man sits before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the SADR...
A Sahrawi man sits before a mine explodes during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2J9FU
February 28, 2011
A Sahrawi man gestures while watching a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from...
Tifariti, Algeria
A Sahrawi man gestures while watching a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from...
A Sahrawi man gestures while watching a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2J9D0
February 28, 2011
Sahrawis watch a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic...
Tifariti, Algeria
Sahrawis watch a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from SADR to show the hazards...
Sahrawis watch a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
ALGERIA/
RTR2J9CS
February 28, 2011
Sahrawis watch a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic...
Tifariti, Algeria
Sahrawis watch a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from SADR to show the hazards...
Sahrawis watch a mine explode during a demonstration organised by officials from the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) to show the hazards of mined territory near Tifariti, in the Sahara desert in southwestern Algeria, February 28, 2011. Over 150,000 Sahrawis live in several refugee camps dispersed in the Algerian desert 35 years after Morocco annexed the disputed territory of Western Sahara. REUTERS/Juan Medina (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN
RTXVDU7
December 04, 2010
A woman holds a banner during a pro-Sahara protest at the Hispa-Maroc Expo outside the congress palace...
Malaga, Spain
A woman holds a banner during a pro-Saharawi protest in Malaga
A woman holds a banner during a pro-Sahara protest at the Hispa-Maroc Expo outside the congress palace in Malaga December 4, 2010. The banner reads: "I condemn". REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTXUPTR
November 16, 2010
A demonstrator shouts slogans whilst holding a poster with a caricature of Morocco's King Mohammed VI...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator shouts slogans whilst holding a poster with a caricature of Morocco's King Mohammed VI...
A demonstrator shouts slogans whilst holding a poster with a caricature of Morocco's King Mohammed VI during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 16, 2010. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUL34
November 13, 2010
(L-R) Spanish union leaders Candido Mendez and Ignacio Fernandez Toxo, Spanish actor Javier Bardem, his...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish union leaders Mendez and Toxo, Spanish actor Bardem, actress Bardem, actor Noriega and actress...
(L-R) Spanish union leaders Candido Mendez and Ignacio Fernandez Toxo, Spanish actor Javier Bardem, his mother and actress Pilar Bardem, actor Eduardo Noriega and actress Rosa Maria Sarda attend a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUL2W
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUL1L
November 13, 2010
Spanish actor Javier Bardem (L) and his mother Spanish actress Pilar Bardem attend a pro-Saharawi protest...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish actor Javier Bardem and his mother Spanish actress Pilar Bardem attend a pro-Saharawi protest...
Spanish actor Javier Bardem (L) and his mother Spanish actress Pilar Bardem attend a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUL13
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. The words read "Freedom for the Sahara." REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUL05
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKZU
November 13, 2010
A demonstrator holds a poster reading "Morocco kills" during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator holds a poster during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
A demonstrator holds a poster reading "Morocco kills" during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKZM
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKZJ
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and carry banners during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and carry banners during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and carry banners during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. Big banner reads "Sahara Free Now ". REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKZG
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKZC
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKZ8
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKY5
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators put a Moroccan flag on fire during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13,...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators put a Moroccan flag on fire during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators put a Moroccan flag on fire during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKXS
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators wave Saharawi flags and shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKWQ
November 13, 2010
A demonstrator gestures as she shouts slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator gestures as she shouts slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
A demonstrator gestures as she shouts slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKW9
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKVY
November 13, 2010
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Demonstrators shout slogans during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
: MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKTF
November 13, 2010
A demonstrator with his mouth taped attends a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010....
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator with his mouth taped attends a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
A demonstrator with his mouth taped attends a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
: MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKTC
November 13, 2010
A demonstrator cries during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between...
Madrid, Spain
A demonstrator cries during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
A demonstrator cries during a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
: MOROCCO-SAHARA-CAMP/
RTXUKTB
November 13, 2010
Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid
Spanish actor Javier Bardem attends a pro-Saharawi protest in central Madrid November 13, 2010. Clashes between security forces and protesters in Western Sahara killed several people on Monday after Moroccan authorities stormed the site of the disputed territory's biggest anti-government protest in decades. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENTERTAINMENT)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/TOLL
RTXUFIF
November 09, 2010
Protesters dressed up as Saharawis with red paint on their hands and faces walk through central Madrid...
Madrid, Spain
Protesters dressed up as Saharawis with red paint on their hands and faces walk through central Madrid...
Protesters dressed up as Saharawis with red paint on their hands and faces walk through central Madrid November 9, 2010. Moroccan security forces were deployed in large numbers in Western Sahara on Tuesday, residents said, after deadly clashes put the dispute over the Moroccan-controlled territory under international scrutiny. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
Society
Society
Western Sahara Protest Camp - 08 Nov 2010
29 PICTURES
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCLA
November 07, 2010
A Saharawi woman fixes her tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune,...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
A Saharawi woman fixes 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/YoussefBoudlal (WESTERN SAHARA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCL0
November 07, 2010
Saharawi youth collect garbage at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune,...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi youth collect garbage 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 (WESTERN SAHARA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUCK6
November 07, 2010
Saharawi women collect garbage in front of their tents at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi women collect garbage in front of their tents 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
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
RTXUCB8
November 07, 2010
A Saharawi woman dies bread in front of her tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
A Saharawi woman dies bread in front of 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/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
RTXUCAI
November 07, 2010
Saharawi women fix their tents at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city, Laayoune,...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi women fix their tents 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
RTXUCAD
November 07, 2010
Saharawi protesters talk inside their tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
Saharawi protesters talk inside 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
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)
MOROCC0-SAHARA/PROTEST
RTXUC9J
November 07, 2010
A Saharawi woman sits beside her tent at the protest camp on the outskirts of Western Sahara's main city,...
AKDIM IZIK, Morocco
To match feature MOROCCO-SAHARA/PROTEST
A Saharawi woman sits 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)
SOMALIA-SUMMIT/
RTR2GPS0
July 25, 2010
Mohamed Abdelaziz (L), President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, meets Libyan leader Muammar...
Kampala, Uganda
Abdelaziz, President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, meets Libyan leader Gaddafi as Palestinian...
Mohamed Abdelaziz (L), President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, meets Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi (R) as Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looks on after opening of the African Union Summit at the Commonwealth Resort in Munyonyo, near the capital Kampala July 25, 2010. REUTERS/James Akena (UGANDA - Tags: POLITICS)
ALGERIA
RTR2BTXF
March 19, 2010
Mohamed Abdelaziz, President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic and leader of the Polisario Front,...
Algiers, Algeria
Abdelaziz, President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic and leader of the Polisario Front, gives...
Mohamed Abdelaziz, President of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic and leader of the Polisario Front, gives a speech during the opening of the 9th ordinary session of the FLN Party Congress in Algiers March 19, 2010. Belkhadem has called on France to apologize to Algeria for the crimes committed against the Algerian people during the colonial period. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi (ALGERIA - Tags: POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTR297BH
January 20, 2010
Western Sahara independence campaigner Aminatou Haidar (R) sits next to Saharawi women as she waits for...
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain
Western Sahara independence campaigner Haidar waits for a flight at the Gando airport on the Canary Islands...
Western Sahara independence campaigner Aminatou Haidar (R) sits next to Saharawi women as she waits for a flight to Madrid at the Gando airport, Spain's Canary Island of Gran Canaria January 20, 2010. Haidar, who carried out a 32-day hunger strike at Lanzarote's Guacimeta airport after being expelled from her desert homeland by Morocco and who went back to Laayounne after a deal was struck, returned to Spain on Tuesday for a medical checkup. REUTERS/Borja Suarez (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SPAIN-MOROCCO/
RTXRT5F
December 13, 2009
Eva A.G. (sitting bottom row C, face obscured) stages a hunger strike as she demonstrates with supporters...
Seville, Spain
A Seville resident stages a hunger strike as she demonstrates with supporters of Western Sahara independence...
Eva A.G. (sitting bottom row C, face obscured) stages a hunger strike as she demonstrates with supporters of Western Sahara independence campaigner Aminatou Haidar in Seville December 13, 2009. The 22-year-old Seville resident began a hunger strike on Friday to show solidarity for Haidar, who has been on a hunger strike for 28 days since being put on a plane to Lanzarote airport in Spain's Canary Islands by Moroccan authorities when she returned home to Western Sahara's capital Laayoune after a trip to New York. The banners read: "Hunger strike in solidarity with Aminetu" (bottom) and "For the return home of Aminetu Haidar; for the release of all the Saharawi political prisoners; Sahara free". REUTERS/Javier Barbancho (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) HEADSHOT)
SPAIN/
RTXQQ05
November 14, 2009
Demonstrators shout slogans and hold a Saharawi flag during a demonstration in support of independence...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrators shout slogans and hold a Saharawi flag during a demonstration in support of independence...
Demonstrators shout slogans and hold a Saharawi flag during a demonstration in support of independence for Western Sahara, in Madrid November 14, 2009. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN POLITICS CONFLICT)
SPAIN/
RTXNZJ9
May 26, 2009
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar, prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better...
Madrid, Spain
Oumar, prime minister of Government of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, attends a conference in Madrid...
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar, prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better known as Polisario, attends a conference in Madrid on human rights and the political situation of the Western Sahara May 26, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTXNZH2
May 26, 2009
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar, prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better...
Madrid, Spain
Oumar, prime minister of Government of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, attends a conference in Madrid...
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar, prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better known as Polisario, attends a conference in Madrid on human rights and the political situation of the Western Sahara May 26, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTXNZAE
May 26, 2009
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar (C), prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic,...
Madrid, Spain
Oumar, prime minister of Government of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better known as Polisario,...
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar (C), prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better known as Polisario, smiles after attending a conference in Madrid on human rights and the political situation of the Western Sahara May 26, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN POLITICS)
SPAIN/
RTXNZ8E
May 26, 2009
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar (L), prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic,...
Madrid, Spain
Oumar, prime minister of Government of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better known as Polisario,...
Abdelkader Taleb Oumar (L), prime minister of the Government of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, better known as Polisario, is greeted by an unidentified man after attending a conference in Madrid on human rights and the political situation of the Western Sahara May 26, 2009. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN POLITICS)
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)
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