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Moroccan occupation force imposes tighten siege on occupied Dakhla after Saharawi young activist assassination

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The Moroccan occupation forces imposed a military siege on the occupied city of Dakhla, after the assassination of the Saharawi young activist, Abdelfatah Ahmedzain.

The Moroccan police forces violently intervened after the Saharawi people, in the aforementioned city, came out in protest to express their solidarity with the activist’s family and express their rejection of the occupation, demanding the exercise of the right to self-determination.

The Moroccan occupation authorities resorted to the army, to avoid being overwhelmed by the peaceful demonstrations called by the Saharawi activists in the occupied city of Dakhla.

The murder of Sahrawi activists is systematic policy, since the occupation of Western Sahara by Morocco in 1975, it should be recalled.

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