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					Country GWNO
          EventID   EventDate         TimePrecision       EventType
      600 1MOR            1/13/1997                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 2MOR             3/5/1997                   2   Violence against civilians
      600 3MOR            4/21/1997                   2   Violence against civilians
      600 4MOR             6/3/1997                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 5MOR             6/5/1997                   2   Violence against civilians
      600 6MOR            6/13/1997                   1   Battle-No change of territory
      600 7MOR             7/2/1997                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 8MOR            7/14/1997                   1   Battle-No change of territory
      600 9MOR           11/25/1997                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 10MOR          12/24/1997                   3   Riots/Protests
      600 11MOR          12/24/1997                   3   Riots/Protests
      600 12MOR            1/2/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 13MOR           1/19/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      615 14MOR            2/5/1998                   2   Violence against civilians
      600 15MOR           4/20/1998                   2   Violence against civilians
      600 16MOR           4/20/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 17MOR           4/23/1998                   1   Violence against civilians
      600 18MOR            5/1/1998                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 19MOR            8/6/1998                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 20MOR           8/13/1998                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 21MOR          10/26/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 22MOR           11/2/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 23MOR           11/3/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 24MOR          12/20/1998                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 25MOR            3/8/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 26MOR           3/24/1999                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 27MOR           4/26/1999                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 28MOR           5/21/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 29MOR           6/11/1999                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 30MOR           9/26/1999                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 31MOR           9/27/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 32MOR           9/28/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 33MOR          10/26/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 34MOR          10/29/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 35MOR           11/4/1999                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 36MOR          11/20/1999                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 37MOR            2/2/2000                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 38MOR           4/11/2000                   1   Battle-No change of territory
      600 39MOR           5/17/2000                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 40MOR            6/8/2000                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 41MOR           6/10/2000                   1   Violence against civilians
      600 42MOR           6/18/2000                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 43MOR           9/10/2000                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 44MOR           10/8/2000                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 45MOR           11/5/2000                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 46MOR          12/10/2000                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 47MOR          12/11/2000                   1   Riots/Protests
      600 48MOR          12/12/2000                   2   Riots/Protests
      600 49MOR           2/19/2001                   2   Riots/Protests
600   50MOR    10/5/2001   2   Riots/Protests
600   51MOR   11/17/2001   2   Riots/Protests
230   52MOR    12/5/2001   1   Riots/Protests
600   53MOR     4/7/2002   2   Riots/Protests
600   54MOR     6/1/2002   2   Riots/Protests
615   55MOR    6/21/2002   1   Battle-No change of territory
230   56MOR    7/17/2002   2   Battle-No change of territory
600   57MOR     8/7/2002   2   Battle-No change of territory
600   58MOR     8/7/2002   2   Battle-No change of territory
600   59MOR     9/1/2002   1   Riots/Protests
600   60MOR   12/15/2002   1   Riots/Protests
600   61MOR    5/16/2003   1   Violence against civilians
615   62MOR    11/8/2003   2   Non-violent activity by a conflict actor
600   63MOR    1/26/2004   2   Violence against civilians
615   64MOR    6/25/2004   2   Non-violent activity by a conflict actor
600   65MOR   11/29/2004   2   Riots/Protests
600   66MOR     5/6/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   67MOR    5/12/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   68MOR    5/27/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   69MOR    5/28/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   70MOR    6/19/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   71MOR    6/23/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   72MOR    6/28/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   73MOR    7/12/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   74MOR     8/2/2005   2   Battle-No change of territory
600   75MOR     8/7/2005   2   Riots/Protests
230   76MOR    9/29/2005   2   Violence against civilians
230   77MOR    9/30/2005   2   Violence against civilians
600   78MOR    10/5/2005   2   Riots/Protests
230   79MOR    10/7/2005   1   Violence against civilians
600   80MOR   10/29/2005   1   Battle-No change of territory
600   81MOR    11/4/2005   1   Riots/Protests
600   82MOR    11/7/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   83MOR    12/8/2005   2   Battle-No change of territory
600   84MOR   12/15/2005   2   Riots/Protests
600   85MOR    2/10/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   86MOR    3/20/2006   1   Riots/Protests
600   87MOR    3/26/2006   1   Riots/Protests
600   88MOR     4/5/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   89MOR    4/13/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   90MOR     5/2/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   91MOR    5/14/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   92MOR    5/18/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   93MOR     6/1/2006   1   Riots/Protests
600   94MOR     7/8/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   95MOR     8/6/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   96MOR    10/7/2006   2   Violence against civilians
600   97MOR   11/14/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   98MOR   11/29/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   99MOR   12/10/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   100MOR   12/24/2006   2   Riots/Protests
600   101MOR     1/7/2007   2   Riots/Protests
600   102MOR    2/22/2007   2   Riots/Protests
600   103MOR    3/15/2007   2   Riots/Protests
600   104MOR    4/11/2007   1   Violence against civilians
600   105MOR    5/17/2007   2   Riots/Protests
600   106MOR    5/17/2007   2   Riots/Protests
600   107MOR    5/25/2007   3   Riots/Protests
600   108MOR    5/27/2007   2   Riots/Protests
600   109MOR    8/13/2007   1   Violence against civilians
230   110MOR    11/6/2007   1   Riots/Protests
600   111MOR    5/20/2008   2   Riots/Protests
600   112MOR     6/7/2008   2   Riots/Protests
600   113MOR    8/28/2008   2   Riots/Protests
600   114MOR   10/14/2008   2   Riots/Protests
600   115MOR   11/30/2008   2   Riots/Protests
600   116MOR   12/27/2008   2   Riots/Protests
600   117MOR    2/27/2009   2   Riots/Protests
600   118MOR    4/10/2009   1   Riots/Protests
600   119MOR    5/16/2009   2   Riots/Protests
230   120MOR    5/26/2009   2   Violence against civilians
600   121MOR    11/6/2009   2   Riots/Protests
600   122MOR   11/19/2009   2   Riots/Protests
615   123MOR   12/14/2009   2   Violence against civilians
600   124MOR    3/10/2010   2   Riots/Protests
615   125MOR    5/25/2010   2   Battle-No change of territory
600   126MOR     6/6/2010   2   Riots/Protests
600   127MOR    8/10/2010   2   Riots/Protests
230   128MOR    8/18/2010   2   Riots/Protests
600   129MOR    9/20/2010   2   Battle-No change of territory
Actor Name 1                                   Ally Actor 1
Protesters (Morocco)
Military Forces Algeria (1994-1999)
Unidentified Armed Group (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Military Forces Algeria (1994-1999)
Bloc Democratique Party Supporters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Front of Democratic Forces (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
GIA: Armed Islamic Group (Algeria)
GIA: Armed Islamic Group (Algeria)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Unidentified Armed Group (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Protesters (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)
Military Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Military Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Military Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Military Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Senegalese Immigrant Armed Group (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Al Adl wa Al Ihsan Supporters (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Military Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Salafia Jihadia (Morocco)
Assalalafia Al Jihadia (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Al Adl wa Al Ihsan Supporters (Morocco)
Polisario Front (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Polisario Front (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protestors (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Polisario Front (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Morocco)
Al Quida (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protestors (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Al Adl Wa Al Ihsane (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Polisario Front (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Western Sahara)
Protesters (Morocco)
Civilians (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Polisario Front (Morocco)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Protesters (Morocco)
Polisario Front (Morocco)
Actor Name 2              Ally Actor 2         CountryName
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)           Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                            Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                            Morocco
                                               Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                            Morocco
Entente Nationale Party Supporters (Morocco)   Morocco
                                               Morocco
Socialism and Progress Party (Morocco)         Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
                                               Morocco
                                               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1961-1999)           Morocco
                                               Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                            Algeria
Civilians (Morocco)                            Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                            Morocco
                                               Morocco
                                               Morocco
                                               Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
                                               Morocco
                                               Morocco
                                               Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
                                               Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)                    Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)                    Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)                    Morocco
                                               Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)                    Morocco
                                               Morocco
                                               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Unidentified Armed Group (Morocco)             Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                            Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                           Morocco
                                               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)               Morocco
                                               Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Spain
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Military Forces of Algeria (1999-)   Algeria
Military Forces of Spain (1975-)     Spain
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Algeria
Civilians (Morocco)                  Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Algeria
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Morocco
Protesters (Morocco)                 Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Spain
Civilians (Morocco)                  Spain
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Spain
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Civilians (Western Sahara)           Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
                                     Morocco
Civilians (Morocco)                  Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Spain
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
                                     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Spain
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Police Forces of Morocco (1999-)     Morocco
Civilians (Algeria)                  Algeria
Protesters (Western Sahara)          Morocco
Unidentified Armed Group (Algeria)   Algeria
                                     Morocco
                                     Morocco
                                     Spain
Unidentified Armed Group (Algeria)   Morocco
Region                             Location Name   Latitude    Longitude
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca          33.59         -7.61
Oriental                           Jerada              34.31         -2.16
Gharb                              Khenifra          34.261       -6.5802
Marrakech                          Agadir           31.6978       -7.2936
Oriental                           Jerada              34.31         -2.16
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Rif                                Nador           35.17404      -2.92866
Fès-Boulemane                      Fez                 34.05         -4.98
Grand Casablanca                   Mohammedia          33.69         -7.39
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca          33.59         -7.61
Oriental                           Jerada              34.31         -2.16
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Tlemcen                            Tlemcen         34.66667      -1.41667
Oriental                           Oujda           34.67594      -1.91754
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca          33.59         -7.61
Marrakech                          Sidi Mansour    32.46035         -8.092
Marrakech                          Marrakech       31.62844      -7.99062
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Meknès-Tafilalet                   Meknes               33.9         -5.55
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca          33.59         -7.61
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca          33.59         -7.61
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Taza                               Al-Hoceima          35.24         -3.93
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Assa            28.60986      -9.42986
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Tanger-Tétouan                     Fnideq          35.84906      -5.35747
Marrakech                          Marrakech       31.62844      -7.99062
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Oriental                           Oujda           34.67594      -1.91754
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Tan Tan         28.43799     -11.10321
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune         27.8333      -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat            34.0138       -6.8443
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Assa             28.60986     -9.42986
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Smara            26.67917    -11.67806
Benzu                              Benzu            35.91667          -5.4
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Tindouf                            Tindouf          27.67111     -8.14744
Perejil island                     Perejil island   35.91318     -5.41903
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca           33.59        -7.61
Meknès-Tafilalet                   Toulal           33.89513     -5.60214
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca           33.59        -7.61
Tindouf                            Tindouf          27.67111     -8.14744
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Tindouf                            Tindouf          27.67111     -8.14744
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Assa             28.60986     -9.42986
Oued-Ed-Dahab                      Dakhla           23.67822    -15.81519
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Rif                                Nador            35.17404     -2.92866
Souss-Massa-Drâa                   Sidi Ifni        29.37975    -10.17299
Ceuta                              Ceuta            35.89028      -5.3075
Ceuta                              Ceuta            35.89028      -5.3075
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Melilla                            Melilla          35.29369     -2.93833
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca           33.59        -7.61
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Tan Tan          28.43799    -11.10321
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Smara            26.67917    -11.67806
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Smara            26.67917    -11.67806
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca           33.59        -7.61
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Smara            26.67917    -11.67806
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca           33.59        -7.61
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Marrakech                          Rabat             34.0138      -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune          27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat         34.0138      -6.8443
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca       33.59        -7.61
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune      27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Marrakech    31.62844     -7.99062
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca       33.59        -7.61
Marrakech                          Rabat         34.0138      -6.8443
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca       33.59        -7.61
Marrakech                          Agadir        31.6978      -7.2936
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Smara        26.67917    -11.67806
Meknès-Tafilalet                   Meknes            33.9        -5.55
Melilla                            Melilla      35.29369     -2.93833
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Tifariti     26.33348     -9.82045
Souss-Massa-Drâa                   Sidi Ifni    29.37975    -10.17299
Guelmim-Es Smara                   Smara        26.67917    -11.67806
Marrakech                          Rabat         34.0138      -6.8443
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca       33.59        -7.61
Marrakech                          Rabat         34.0138      -6.8443
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune      27.8333     -12.3333
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune      27.8333     -12.3333
Marrakech                          Rabat         34.0138      -6.8443
Ceuta                              Ceuta        35.89028      -5.3075
Grand Casablanca                   Casablanca       33.59        -7.61
Tanger-Tétouan                     Tangier      35.78058     -5.81365
Tindouf                            Tindouf      27.67111     -8.14744
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune      27.8333     -12.3333
Tlemcen                            Tlemcen      34.66667     -1.41667
Marrakech                          Rabat         34.0138      -6.8443
Rif                                Nador        35.17404     -2.92866
Melilla                            Melilla      35.29369     -2.93833
Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra   Laayoune      27.8333     -12.3333
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1   Associated Press
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1   Al Bawaba News
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1   Wall Street Journal         40
1   Associated Press
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2   The Independent (UK)
1   AFX Asia
1   Agence France Press (AFP)
1   Associated Press
1   Agence France Press (AFP)
1   El Pais
1   BBC Monitoring
1   BBC Monitoring
1   BBC Monitoring
1   El Pais
1   Agence France Press (AFP)    1
1   Agence France Press (AFP)
1   Agence France Press (AFP)    5
1   EFE News
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1   Agence France Press (AFP)    1
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2   Al Alam Newspaper
1   BBC Monitoring
1   Reuters
1   Agence France Press (AFP)
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1   BBC Monitoring
1   Reuters
1   BBC Monitoring
1   Associated Press
1   Reuters
1   Agence France Press (AFP)
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1   Associated Press
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1   BBC Monitoring
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1   BBC Monitoring
1   NY Times
1   Ottawa Citizen
1   BBC Monitoring
1   Agence France Press (AFP)
1   Agence Maghreb Arabe Presse
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1   Agence Maghreb Arabe Presse
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EventNotes
15 Jan 1997- BBC Mon- In Morocco, clashes broke out today, Monday, in Casablanca, between the security forces and hundreds of
6 March 1997- BBC Mon- Two Moroccan nationals were reportedly killed last week by Algerian soldiers on the Moroccan-Algerian
21 April 1997 Reuters News- LIBERATION - A forest guard was shot dead in Khenifra.
June 3 (Reuter) - Thousands of Moroccan seamen started a 48-hour strike on Tuesday in the southern port town of Agadir to prote
7 June 1997 BBC Mon- A young Moroccan national has been shot dead lately by the Algerian army inside the Moroccan territory, 2
17 June BBC Mon- In Morocco, four people were killed and 15 others injured during brawls between candidates [in local elections
8 July 1997- BBC Mon- Once again, one of Morocco's most
July 14 (Reuter) - Five people were injured when members of a newly formed political group in Morocco broke into an office of the
Nov 30 (Reuters) - Moroccan officials said on Sunday security forces had intervened at a student demonstration at Fez university la
24 December 1997 IPR Strategic Information DatabaseAccording to the North African Journal, Morocco's campuses continue to be
24 December 1997 IPR Strategic Information DatabaseAccording to the North African Journal, Morocco's campuses continue to be
6 January 1998- BBC Mon- Violent clashes have taken place in the town of Jerada, in eastern Morocco [near the Algerian borders],
Jan 19 1998 (Reuters) - The United Nations on Monday played down a weekend demonstration at a voter identification centre in th
5 Feb 1998- Dow Jones- Attackers killed nine civilians in western Algeria near the border with Morocco Thursday, Algerian radio re
`Le Matin', reported attacks by armed groups in places in Morocco. In this context the `El Watan' headline said: "Armed rebellion le
April 20 (Reuters) - Police detained six Moslem fundamentalist students after clashes with security guards at Casablanca University
24 April BBC Monitoring- The village of Sidi Mansour, located near the coastal town of Saidia, eastern Morocco [near the border w
6 May 1998- IPR/North Africa Journal- 100 Islamist militants held a quite march last week in front of the Congress Palace. The marc
6th August BBC Mon- Moroccan jobless doctors and engineers staged on Wednesday [5th August] a 24-hour "warning sit-in" in fro
13 August- Reuters- 13 members of local council in central Meknes town resign to protest against their president's tendency to ign
Oct 26 (Reuters) - Riot police wielding clubs broke up a protest in Rabat on Monday by hundreds of unemployed graduates deman
Nov 2 (Reuters) - Staff at Morocco's leading mortgage bank Credit Immobilier et Hotelier resumed a strike on Monday in protest at
 Nov 3 (Reuters) - About 50 unemployed Moroccan graduates chanted slogans demanding jobs outside parliament in the centre of
Dec 20 (Reuters) - Thousands of Moroccans, most of them Moslem fundamentalists, took to the streets of Rabat on Sunday in prot
28 March IPR/North Africa Journal- Al-Ittihad Al-Ichtiraki newspaper and other media sources in Morocco said that the police were
25 March 1999- BBC Mon- Newsmen and technicians of the Moroccan public radio, television [RTM] and newspaper `Al-Anbaa' on
April 26 (Reuters) - Hundreds of Moroccan jobless, most of them young people, took to the streets on Monday to protest against w
22 May- Globe and Mail- Moroccan police arrested about 50 blind, jobless people yesterday when they tried to march toward parl
June 11 (Reuters) - Moroccan police on Friday broke up a noisy demonstration by some 40 jobless blind people protesting against r
26 Sept 1999- BBC Mon-Two people were killed, and many injured when Moroccan security forces clashed with Saharan demonstr
30 Sept 1999- BBC Mon- An official source at the Ministry of the Occupied Territories and Communities has learnt that protests sta
30 Sept 1999- BBC Mon- An official source at the Ministry of the Occupied Territories and Communities has learnt that protests sta
28 Oct 1999- BBC Mon- According to the organizers, more than 4,000 unemployed university graduates this evening organized a p
1 Nov- BBC Mon- Text of report by Algerian TV on 1st
4th November 1999- BBC Mon-Bank workers began a sit-in demonstration and hunger strike outside the Bank of Morocco in Raba
23 November 1999- BBC Mon- According to a source close to the [Western Saharan] Ministry of Occupied Territories and Emigratio
2 Feb 2000- BBC Mon- Forty policemen were wounded, four of them seriously, in clashes with strikers at a mineral water factory in
15 April 2000-BB Mon- Serious clashes broke out in the night of Monday to Tuesday [11th-12th April] in [the town of ] Fnideq, nort
20 May 2000- BBC Mon- Students on Wednesday [17th May] staged riots in one the main streets of the city near the university cam
 June 8 (Reuters) - Moroccan riot police broke up a protest by unemployed engineers on Thursday, injuring several people, a union
15 June 2000- BBC Mon- It was a morning of terror at the campus of Mohammed I University in Oujda [542 km northeast of Rabat]
June 18 (Reuters) - At least 50 people were hurt in clashes on Sunday between Moroccan riot police and hundreds of jobless gradu
10 Sept 2000- BBC Mon- a great number of unemployed Saharan graduates are continuing their sit-in in front of the headquarters
Oct 8 (Reuters) - Hundreds of thousands of Moroccans burning Israeli and U.S. flags and chanting "Jerusalem is Arab and Muslim" d
9 November 2000- BBC Mon- The security forces intervened violently on Sunday [5th November] evening in Tan Tan [some 900 km
11 Dec - The Daily Telegraph- Clashes between Morocco's security forces and protesters continued for a second day in the capital,
11 Dec - The Daily Telegraph- Clashes between Morocco's security forces and protesters continued for a second day in the capital,
12 Dec BBC Mon- A new wave of arbitrary arrests affects a number of Saharan citizens in the occupied territories. According to new
19 Feb 2001- BBC Mon-Abdelali Abou Zakaria, who is the son of El Abdi Abou Zakaria who was kidnapped in March 1975, chained h
5th Oct. 2001- BBC Mon- Amid tight security measures by the Moroccan royal security forces, the Saharan people in the town of A
18 Nov- BBC Mon- Anti-riot police attacked the demonstrators today 17 November at 1200 [gmt], which led to open scuffles and c
A group of over 100 Moroccans on Wednesday [5
7th April 2002- AP- More than 350,000 demonstrators, many condemning U.S. policy in the Middle East, marched in the Moroccan
June 1 (Reuters) - Hundreds of Moroccan former political
23 June 2002- BBC Mon- Two persons died when a 160-member group was trying last week to escape the Tindouf camps, strongho
17 July 2002- AlBaw- Earlier, Spanish forces evicted a unit
 7 Aug 2002- BBC Mon- The security services got intelligence that the criminal gangs, whose head is Dmir Mohamed, wanted by th
8 Aug 2002- BBC Mon- Nine people were injured in
September: Over 141 Saharan political detainees in Laayoune's Carcel Negra (black prison) began an indefinite hunger strike on Su
15 Dec 2002- BBC Mon- More than 1,000 people
17 May 2003- Wall Street Journal- bomb in casablanca
8 Nov 2003- AP- A rebel group pushing for independence
26 Jan 2004- AP- Two people were killed and five others
25 June 2004- Independent-One hundred Moroccans have
29 Nov 2004- AFX Asia-The march, which drew between
March 6 (AFP) -Up to 20,000 Moroccans took part in a
12 May 2005- AP- Families of jailed Moroccan Islamists,
May 27 (AFP) -Thousands of people took to the streets in
28 may el pais- The violence began with a protest by
19 June BBC Mon: Hundreds of citizens today Sunday held
23 June 2005- BBC Mon-The Saharan Arab Democratic
28 June 2005 - BBC Mon- The occupied Sahrawi town of

Aug 2 (Reuters) - A Moroccan was shot dead in a rare
Aug 7 (AFP) -Moroccan security forces on Sunday used
Sept 29 (AFP) -Five people were killed when hundreds of
 Sep 30 (EFE).- Moroccan anti-riot police on Friday
5 Oct 2005- BBC Mon- Three [Western] Saharan women
7 Oct 2005- Western Morning News- Hundreds of
Nov 12 (AFP) -Two Moroccan police are suspected of
5 Nov BBC Mon- Yesterday the Sahraoui people tried to
7 November 2005- AP-Thousands of Moroccans marched
8th Dec 2005- BBC Mon- A second Saharan youth has
Dec 15 (Reuters) - Six Moroccans protesting against
10 Feb 2006- Dow Jones Int- Moroccan labor and political
21 March 2006- BBC Mon- At least 10 people have been
27 March 2006- BBC Mon- Some rioters tried to cause a
April 4 2006- IPR- the residents of the Moroccan City of
13 April 2006- BBC Mon- The Moroccan security forces
May 2 (Reuters) - About 100 Moroccan Islamists, 14 of
May 14, 2006 (AFP) -Twenty representatives of Western
May 18, 2006 (AFP) -Scores of relatives of some 250
1 June 2006- BBC Mon- Protesting against their
July 8 (Reuters) - Thousands of Moroccans massed in
6 Aug 2006- BBC Mon-Thousands of people took part in a
7 Dec 2006- AP- Two people were killed and four others
Nov 14 (Reuters) - Moroccan consumers angry at higher
Nov 29, 2006 (AFP) -Some 500 Moroccans demonstrated
10 Dec AP-Police violently broke up a human rights
Dec 24 (Reuters Life!) - Thousands of Moroccans took to
Jan. 7 (Xinhua) -- Demonstrations were held on Sunday in
22 Feb 2007- BBC Mon- "At least eight Saharan citizens
15 March 2007 AP--Moroccan police beat and arrested
14 april 2007 AP-Two suicide bombers blew themselves
17 May 2007- AP- Moroccan riot police wielding
17 May 2007 - AP Police and Saharawi students also
25 May Reuters- A group of Sahrawi students were
27 May 2007- BBC Mon- The Moroccan police broke up a
13 August 2007- AP- A man exploded a gas canister near a
 6 November2007- BBC Mon: About 6,000 people took
20 May 2008 - AP- On Tuesday, some 8,000 of the rebels,
7 June 2008 - AFP- Violent clashes between unemployed
28 Aug 2008- BBC Mon- Demonstrations then kicked off
22 Oct 2008- BBC Mon- An unknown number of people,
30 November 2008- AFP- Moroccan police detained 47
27 Dec 2008- AFP- Thousands of people marched in the
27 Feb 2009- AP- Hundreds of troops paraded in the
11 April 2009- BBC Mon-Polisario said over 2,000
16 May 2009- NYT- A woman held the picture of a
26 May 2009- Ottawa Citizen- Two Moroccan women
6 Nov 2009- BBC Mon- In an unprecedented move, the
19 Nov 2009- AFP- Several hundred people including
14 December 2009 Agence Maghreb Arabe Presse- The
10 March 2010- AFP- Moroccan authorities "violently" put
25 May 2010- BBC Mon-The border area between
6 June 2010- BBC Mon-Thousands of Moroccans from all
10 Aug 2010- Agence Maghreb Arabe Presse-Nador -
18 Aug 2010- AFP-Moroccan demonstrators blocked
20 Sept 2010- AFP-Laayoune - A group of 54 members of
  between the security forces and hundreds of students.
 y Algerian soldiers on the Moroccan-Algerian borders, a Moroccan daily reported this Wednesday [5th March] quoting eye - witnesses.

y in the southern port town of Agadir to protest against what they described as the murder of a leading trade union activist, a union spokesman said.
Algerian army inside the Moroccan territory, 200m. away from the borders with Algeria, Moroccan daily `El Alam' reported [on] Wednesday [4th June].
brawls between candidates [in local elections on 13th June] and their supporters, according to an official source.

 l group in Morocco broke into an office of their former local party, the al-Bayane daily said on Monday.As many as 14 members armed with knives and
at a student demonstration at Fez university last week, but denied reports that a student had been killed.The newspapers said security forces intervene
n Journal, Morocco's campuses continue to be the scene of discontent. since the beginning of the school year, students have been protesting and clash
n Journal, Morocco's campuses continue to be the scene of discontent. since the beginning of the school year, students have been protesting and clash
 eastern Morocco [near the Algerian borders], over the past two days. The clashes, which left several people injured, caused considerable material dam
 onstration at a voter identification centre in the disputed Western Sahara after Moroccan local authorities denied the protesters tried to get into the b
 der with Morocco Thursday, Algerian radio reported. It was the second report of violence in western Algeria in the past four days, the radio report said
e `El Watan' headline said: "Armed rebellion leaves at least 10 killed in Oujda - threat to Morocco." The `Le Matin' headline said: "Terrorists kill scores o
  with security guards at Casablanca University, a student union spokesman said on Monday.
 f Saidia, eastern Morocco [near the border with Algeria], was destroyed on the night of Wednesday into Thursday [22nd-23rd April] by an armed group
week in front of the Congress Palace. The march coincided with the first meeting of Mediterranean Human Rights organizations and was an opportunity
  [5th August] a 24-hour "warning sit-in" in front of the headquarters of the Moroccan parliament in downtown Rabat.
 otest against their president's tendency to ignore their votes.
 y hundreds of unemployed graduates demanding jobs, injuring and arresting scores of them, witnesses and a human rights group said.
elier resumed a strike on Monday in protest at proposals to lay off 300 employees, union officials said.
nding jobs outside parliament in the centre of Rabat on Tuesday.
 took to the streets of Rabat on Sunday in protest against the four-day bombing campaign against Iraq.
  sources in Morocco said that the police were used on March 8th to stop a demonstration of a group of unemployed university educator protesters in
 elevision [RTM] and newspaper `Al-Anbaa' on Tuesday [23rd March] staged a sit-in to protest poor work and financial conditions. The protesters urged
 to the streets on Monday to protest against what they see as government failure to combat rising uneployment.
sterday when they tried to march toward parliament in the capital, Rabat, in a protest over rising unemployment, witnesses said.
me 40 jobless blind people protesting against rising unemployment, wounding six of them, witnesses said.
 ecurity forces clashed with Saharan demonstrators in the capital of the disputed Western Saharan territory on Thursday, the official news agency of th
  and Communities has learnt that protests started again on the night of Monday to Tuesday [27th-28th September] in Laayoune, the capital of Wester
  and Communities has learnt that protests started again on the night of Monday to Tuesday [27th-28th September] in Laayoune, the capital of Wester
niversity graduates this evening organized a protest march in Rabat at the invitation of the "national association of unemployed graduates in Morocco"

er strike outside the Bank of Morocco in Rabat on Thursday to protest at plans to restructure the sector, the Moroccan news agency MAP reported.
 Ministry of Occupied Territories and Emigration, a big protest march was organized on Saturday [20th November] afternoon by the Saharans living in A
shes with strikers at a mineral water factory in Morocco, the Moroccan news agency MAP reported. The clashes happened in Tarmilt, 80 km northeast
 11th-12th April] in [the town of ] Fnideq, northern Morocco [320 km north of Rabat], between a group of would-be illegal immigrants from sub-Sahara
main streets of the city near the university campus.
 on Thursday, injuring several people, a union spokeswoman said.
niversity in Oujda [542 km northeast of Rabat]. A real militia of four to five groups, each including 20 fundamentalists, last Saturday [10th June] attacke
ccan riot police and hundreds of jobless graduates protesting against government policies, witnesses said.
 nuing their sit-in in front of the headquarters of the [Moroccan] Progress and Socialism Party [PPS] in Laayoune. The protesters raised banners bearing
 nd chanting "Jerusalem is Arab and Muslim" demonstrated in Rabat on Sunday against the killing of Palestinians and Arabs by Israeli forces.
  November] evening in Tan Tan [some 900 km south of Rabat] to disperse crowds of unemployed graduates, whose [unauthorized] National Associatio
 ers continued for a second day in the capital, Rabat, yesterday after police banned rallies for United Nations Human Rights Day.
 ers continued for a second day in the capital, Rabat, yesterday after police banned rallies for United Nations Human Rights Day.
ns in the occupied territories. According to news from the occupied territories, repressive police apparatus yesterday arrested six Saharan citizens follow
 who was kidnapped in March 1975, chained himself in front of the Human Rights Ministry in the Agdal district of Rabat in protest over his father's fate
 y forces, the Saharan people in the town of Assa, southern Morocco, held the day before yesterday a massive solidarity march in which many men, wo
t 1200 [gmt], which led to open scuffles and confrontations as the anti-riot police started to chase the protesters in the streets of the town. This has pr

in the Middle East, marched in the Moroccan capital on Sunday to show their support for Palestinians amid renewed Israeli offensives.

t week to escape the Tindouf camps, stronghold of the Polisario in south-western Algeria, to come back to Morocco, sources close to the victims famili

whose head is Dmir Mohamed, wanted by the police, were hiding in a house at Hay [district] Douma, in Casablanca. After the intervention of the secur

rison) began an indefinite hunger strike on Sunday [1 September] to demand the review of improper legal proceedings against them, according to a sta
h March] quoting eye - witnesses.

ng trade union activist, a union spokesman said.
 ily `El Alam' reported [on] Wednesday [4th June].


 y.As many as 14 members armed with knives and wooden sticks were involved in the attack, the newspaper said. The paper is the mouthpiece of the o
 ed.The newspapers said security forces intervened after students started demonstrating over student transport facilities last week. In a statement date
ool year, students have been protesting and clashing with the police turning into riots recently seen in the University of Fez and in other campuses as w
ool year, students have been protesting and clashing with the police turning into riots recently seen in the University of Fez and in other campuses as w
people injured, caused considerable material damage. According to the [Moroccan daily] `Al Ittihad Al Ichtiraki', the clashes began on Friday night [2nd
rities denied the protesters tried to get into the building.
Algeria in the past four days, the radio report said, citing a communique by the Algerian security forces. Few details were provided. The radio report sa
 e `Le Matin' headline said: "Terrorists kill scores of people in many towns in the Kingdom of 20 April 1998- BBC Monitoring- Morocco; Morocco - Islami

nto Thursday [22nd-23rd April] by an armed group of unknown number.
man Rights organizations and was an opportunity for protesters to request "the liberation of Islamist militants held in Moroccan prisons" according to


es and a human rights group said.




of unemployed university educator protesters in Al-Hoceima. The newspaper said some 8 demonstrators were arrested and many were wounded as a
ork and financial conditions. The protesters urged an amendment of the regulations governing [public] radio, television and newspapers to enable them

mployment, witnesses said.

 ritory on Thursday, the official news agency of the Saharan Arab Democratic Republic reported on Saturday. The agency quoted the Saharan governme
th September] in Laayoune, the capital of Western Sahara, in solidarity with the victims of repression, who were shot during the protests of 23rd Septe
th September] in Laayoune, the capital of Western Sahara, in solidarity with the victims of repression, who were shot during the protests of 23rd Septe
 ssociation of unemployed graduates in Morocco".

or, the Moroccan news agency MAP reported.
h November] afternoon by the Saharans living in Assa (in southern Morocco). More than 1,200 people assembled in the town centre in order to express
 he clashes happened in Tarmilt, 80 km northeast of Rabat, when security forces used tear gas to disperse demonstrators and remove barricades.
 p of would-be illegal immigrants from sub-Saharan countries and smugglers, leaving one dead and 13 others wounded.


undamentalists, last Saturday [10th June] attacked the university campus about 1230 [gmt].

 Laayoune. The protesters raised banners bearing the slogan: No to displacement; we want jobs on our land. These unemployed Saharan graduates hav
 alestinians and Arabs by Israeli forces.
duates, whose [unauthorized] National Association for Graduates on the Dole, the Tan Tan branch, called for a popular march to protest against what a
Nations Human Rights Day.
Nations Human Rights Day.
 atus yesterday arrested six Saharan citizens following a protest staged by the Moroccan Association for Human Rights [AMDH].
al district of Rabat in protest over his father's fate.
massive solidarity march in which many men, women and unemployed students took part.
protesters in the streets of the town. This has provoked the anger of the people of the steadfast town of Smara and all of them joined the confrontati

s amid renewed Israeli offensives.

ck to Morocco, sources close to the victims families said.

in Casablanca. After the intervention of the security forces, the gang members attacked the police agents, injuring a brigadier with a sword at the leve

egal proceedings against them, according to a statement from the Ministry of Occupied Territories and Emigration published on Sunday.
spaper said. The paper is the mouthpiece of the opposition Socialism and Progress Party (SPP) which said the attack took place on Sunday in the northe
t transport facilities last week. In a statement dated November 26 and sent to Reuters at the weekend, the student section of the banned Islamist grou
 the University of Fez and in other campuses as well. Clashes that occurred a few weeks ago in university centers in Mohammedia and Casablanca have
 the University of Fez and in other campuses as well. Clashes that occurred a few weeks ago in university centers in Mohammedia and Casablanca have
 Ichtiraki', the clashes began on Friday night [2nd January] when the police, using repressive measures, prevented the town's inhabitants and striking m

s. Few details were provided. The radio report said only that nine people 'were killed barbarically by savage terrorism' in the Tlemcen region, which is a
998- BBC Monitoring- Morocco; Morocco - Islamists attack." The `La Tribune' headline said: "Moroccan GIA [Armed Islamic Group] - a threat to Hassan


militants held in Moroccan prisons" according to organizers. During the march, which ended without incidents, militants demanded also the release of




tors were arrested and many were wounded as a result of a confrontation.
] radio, television and newspapers to enable them to keep pace with the socioeconomic and political changes Morocco is witnessing.




turday. The agency quoted the Saharan government as saying a man and a woman were killed and "hundreds disappeared" in the clashes in Laayoun.
 who were shot during the protests of 23rd September in Dcheira.
 who were shot during the protests of 23rd September in Dcheira.




 assembled in the town centre in order to express their solidarity with their fellow citizens of the occupied territories and protest against the policy of p
erse demonstrators and remove barricades.




r land. These unemployed Saharan graduates have been staging their protest since the end of last month.

lled for a popular march to protest against what a member of the association's bureau called the "denial of responsibility by the first official in the regio


or Human Rights [AMDH].
n of Smara and all of them joined the confrontation.




ents, injuring a brigadier with a sword at the level of his lungs.

nd Emigration published on Sunday.
said the attack took place on Sunday in the northern town of Nador.
d, the student section of the banned Islamist group Al-Adl Wal Ihsane (Justice and Charity) group, said one student had died from wounds, several stud
sity centers in Mohammedia and Casablanca have been recently repeated in Fez where Islamist students clashed with security forces.
sity centers in Mohammedia and Casablanca have been recently repeated in Fez where Islamist students clashed with security forces.
s, prevented the town's inhabitants and striking miners from staging a peaceful march.

 avage terrorism' in the Tlemcen region, which is about 540 kilometers west of Algeria.
an GIA [Armed Islamic Group] - a threat to Hassan II."


incidents, militants demanded also the release of Abdessalam Yacine, head of the banned Islamist association "Adl-Wal-Ihssan" who is currently under




changes Morocco is witnessing.




undreds disappeared" in the clashes in Laayoun.




pied territories and protest against the policy of persecution by the Moroccan authorities in Western Sahara, the source said. The protesters, surround




nial of responsibility by the first official in the region and the defamation against members of the association."
one student had died from wounds, several students were injured and the authorities had "carried out wholesale arrests". L'Opinion newspaper on Su
nts clashed with security forces.
nts clashed with security forces.




ociation "Adl-Wal-Ihssan" who is currently under house arrest.




Sahara, the source said. The protesters, surrounded by security cordon, marched throughout the main town streets to join their follow citizens who, si
ut wholesale arrests". L'Opinion newspaper on Sunday and the Arabic language Al Ittihad al-Ichtiraki on Saturday both reported that a student had died




n town streets to join their follow citizens who, since last Wednesday [17th November], have staged a sit-in in front of the town hall, said the same sou
on Saturday both reported that a student had died from wounds after the clashes.




a sit-in in front of the town hall, said the same source.

				
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