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Five people flee Tindouf camps to join Morocco April 14, 2010

Posted by saharanews in Uncategorized.
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Five people flee Tindouf camps to join Morocco


Five people have recently left the Tindouf camps, southwest of Algeria, to join their motherland, Morocco, after they got fed up with the hollow promises given over 30 years by the polisario leaders in Tindouf.

The group voiced joy at returning to Morocco and appreciation for the decent living standards in the Kingdom.

They also deplored the unbearable conditions sustained by those detained in the camps, insisting that the majority of them hope to join Morocco.

They said they decided to flee the camps after they could no longer bear the hardships undergone in those camps.

Another 111 people, including 11 women and nine children, have lately returned to Morocco, putting an end to their sufferings in the Tindouf camps.



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