Smara

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with POLISARIO leadership. - 77 Smara 33,910 Esmara Guelmim-Es Semara - In all, six lines of berms have been constructed. ''Milestones of the conflict'', page 2. Website of the United Nations MINURSO mission. The main ("external") line of fortifications extends for about 2,500 km. It runs east from Guerguerat on the coast in the extreme south


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hace 35 anos elpepuint 20101019elpepiint_11 Tes publisher El País date 19-10-2010 accessdate 19-10-2010 They protest for the discrimination of Sahrawis in labor and for the spoliation of the natural resources of Western Sahara. They were surrounded by Moroccan Army and police, who made a blockage of water, food and medicines to the camp.

elpepuint 20101019elpepiint_11 Tes publisher El País date 2010-10-19 accessdate 2010-10-19 . They protest for the discrimination of Sahrawis in labor and for the spoliation of the natural resources of Western Sahara. They were surrounded by Moroccan Army and police, who made a blockage of water, food and medicines to the camp

by troops of the Moroccan Army and policemen, who made a blockage of water, food and medicines to the camp.


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-backed Army of Liberation, led to heavy fighting, but eventually the Spanish forces regained control - again with French aid. However, unrest simmered, and in 1967 the Harakat Tahrir arose to challenge Spanish rule peacefully. After the events of the Zemla Intifada in 1970, when Spanish police destroyed the organization and "disappeared (forced disappearance)" its founder, Muhammad Bassiri, anti-Spanish feeling or Sahrawi nationalism again took a militant turn

- 1958 , initiated by the Moroccan Army of Liberation, led to heavy fighting, but eventually the Spanish forces regained control, again with French aid. However, unrest simmered, and in 1967 the Harakat Tahrir arose to challenge Spanish rule peacefully. After the events of the Zemla Intifada in 1970, when Spanish police destroyed the organization and "disappeared (forced disappearance)" its founder, Muhammad Bassiri, Sahrawi nationalism again took a militant turn.


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with POLISARIO leadership. - 77 Smara 33,910 Esmara Guelmim-Es Semara - In all, six lines of berms have been constructed. ''Milestones of the conflict'', page 2. Website of the United Nations MINURSO mission. The main ("external") line of fortifications extends for about 2,500 km. It runs east from Guerguerat on the coast in the extreme south


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with POLISARIO leadership. - 77 Smara 33,910 Esmara Guelmim-Es Semara - In all, six lines of berms have been constructed. ''Milestones of the conflict'', page 2. Website of the United Nations MINURSO mission. The main ("external") line of fortifications extends for about 2,500 km. It runs east from Guerguerat on the coast in the extreme south


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in the Moroccan (Morocco)-controlled part of Western Sahara, with a population estimated at 42,056. It is served by Smara Airport and Smara


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refugees live in Asward camp, which is some 20 miles (30km) from Tindouf; some 38,000 live in Dakhla camp, the furthest at about 110 miles (180 km) from Tindouf; an estimated 39,000 refugees live in Laayoune camp, about 5 miles (10 km) from Tindouf; and more than 39,000 Sahrawi refugees live in Smara camp, which is about 30 miles (50 km) from Tindouf. The number of refugees in the camps has, according to ARC, quadrupled since 1979. The town is controlled by the Moroccan authorities

hace 35 anos elpepuint 20101019elpepiint_11 Tes publisher El País date 19-10-2010 accessdate 19-10-2010 They protest for the discrimination of Sahrawis in labor and for the spoliation of the natural resources of Western Sahara. They were surrounded by Moroccan Army and police, who made a blockage of water, food and medicines to the camp.

105&art 1632 publisher WSRW date 15-10-2010 accessdate 19-10-2010 *'''1896''' – Phan Dinh


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of uprisings under Ma al-Aynayn’s sons, grandsons and other political leaders. birth_date (or 1948) birth_place Marrakesh, Morocco or Smara, Spanish Sahara ethnicity Sahrawi Biography Abdelaziz was born in Marrakesh, Morocco Hughes, Stephen O. ''Morocco Under King Hassan'', 2001. Page 247.


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UTF8&om 1&z 15&ll 26.742468,-11.668725&spn 0.028246,0.052271&t k Satellite view in Google Maps Category:Populated places in Western Sahara Category:Cities in Morocco Category:Populated places in Guelmim-Es Semara Raids and rebellions by the Sahrawi (Sahrawi people) population kept the Spanish forces out of much of the territory for a long time. Ma al-Aynayn

;ndash; Dakhla Airport – Dakhla (Dakhla, Western Sahara) (Villa Cisneros), Western Sahara Raids and rebellions by the indigenous (Indigenous peoples of Africa) Saharan (Sahrawi people) population kept the Spanish forces out of much of the territory for a long time. Ma al-Aynayn the Saharan pro-Moroccan caïd of Tindouf and Smara named by the Moroccan (List of rulers of Morocco) sultan started an uprising against the French (France) in the 1910s, at a time when


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-backed Army of Liberation, led to heavy fighting, but eventually the Spanish forces regained control - again with French aid. However, unrest simmered, and in 1967 the Harakat Tahrir arose to challenge Spanish rule peacefully. After the events of the Zemla Intifada in 1970, when Spanish police destroyed the organization and "disappeared (forced disappearance)" its founder, Muhammad Bassiri, anti-Spanish feeling or Sahrawi nationalism again took a militant turn

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- 1958 , initiated by the Moroccan Army of Liberation, led to heavy fighting, but eventually the Spanish forces regained control, again with French aid. However, unrest simmered, and in 1967 the Harakat Tahrir arose to challenge Spanish rule peacefully. After the events of the Zemla Intifada in 1970, when Spanish police destroyed the organization and "disappeared (forced disappearance)" its founder, Muhammad Bassiri, Sahrawi nationalism again took a militant turn.

Smara

'''Smara''', also '''Samara''' and '''Semara''' ( It is served by Smara Airport and Smara buses station.

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