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Revolts in Morocco’s Mining Belt
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Revolts in Morocco’s Mining Belt

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By Vijay Prashad / Source: NewsClick / March 22, 2018 The demonstrations have been unending. On December 23, 2017, two brothers Houcine Dioui (age 23) and Jedouane Dioui (age 30) died in the mines of Jerada, Morocco. The brothers were digging for coal when water flooded the shaft and trapped […]

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Moroccan Human Rights Abuses Against Western Sahara

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Source: Statehood & Freedom / The Dawn News / February 16, 2018 Recent debate in the UN Security Council regarding the inclusion of a human rights monitoring component in the mandate of the UN Mission for a Referendum in Western Sahara [MINURSO] has demonstrated the important role that human rights […]

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Morocco, solidarity abroad and repression at home
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Morocco, solidarity abroad and repression at home

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By: The Dawn News / October 31, 2017 Thousands of people across the globe mobilized on October 28 to commemorate the one year anniversary of the death of Mohcen Fikri, a fishmonger who was crushed to death in a garbage truck after authorities confiscated his produce in Houceima city in […]

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