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HRW: Sahrawi Refugees Rights’ 'Curbed'

Ethnic Sahrawis from the Western Sahara conflict who are living in refugee camps in the Algerian desert seem to be generally able to leave the camps if they wish, although there are cases of abuse, Human Rights Watch said Saturday. HRW says the United Nations must do more to monitor human rights at the camp. Human Rights Watch researchers say during their two-week visit to the camps, they did find evidence of some abuse, but that there has been an exaggeration by some parties. “In fact...

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