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The Wall of Shame and the victims of war

The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
01/25
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The Saharawi refugee camp ..Rabuni.Hospital - injured school of War Chraid Cherif.January 2008
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
02/25
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A girl from Western Sahara, Saharawi flag flying in front of the Moroccan Wall.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), .
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
03/25
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Army soldiers guarding the wall of Morocco.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
04/25
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Army soldiers guarding the wall of Morocco.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
05/25
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Army soldiers guarding the wall of Morocco.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
06/25
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Army soldiers guarding the wall of Morocco.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
07/25
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.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
08/25
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The Saharawi refugee camp Rabuni...Hospital - injured school of War Chraid Cherif..January 2008
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
09/25
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The Saharawi refugee camp ..Rabuni.Hospital - injured school of War Chraid Cherif.Cheij Mohamed Jal Mohamed Lamin.Wounded during a military operation on 25 February 1981 in the city of Dchera.January 2008
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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The Saharawi refugee camp Rabuni.Hospital - injured school of War Chraid Cherif. Said Mohamed Jatri Ali.Wounded during a military operation on 11 Novenber 1982 in the city of Tifariti
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
11/25
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The Saharawi refugee camp ..Rabuni.Hospital - injured school of War Chraid Cherif.January 2008
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
12/25
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Western Sahara.January 14, 2010.Center orthopédique "Martyr Chèrieif" in Rabun managed by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), for the construction of prostheses and rehabilitation of people who lose limbs because of landmines.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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January 14, 2010.Center orthopédique "Martyr Chèrieif" in Rabuni managed by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), for the construction of prostheses and rehabilitation of people who lose limbs because of landmines.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
14/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
15/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).The remains of an Air Force Mirage F1 of the Morocco, downed from Sahrawi army ..
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). The cluster bombs used by the military of Morocco against the Saharawi during the war
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
17/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). The documents of the Moroccan Army soldiers captured by Sahrawi.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
18/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria),Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).Saharawi shows landmines TS-50 plastic manufacturing Italian,that the army of Morocco scattered in the desert
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
19/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). Moroccan army.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
20/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). A mural with a portrait of the President of SADR M. Mohamed Abdelaziz
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
21/25
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) .Mine of the Armed Forces of Morocco,that the Saharawi have removed along the zone of the wall.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR). Moroccan army..Tank SK 105 mm manufacturing Franco-Austrian.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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The Museum of the People's Liberation Army (Rabouni camp, 20 km south of Tindouf, Algeria), set up by Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).The model of the wall built by Morocco.
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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Western Sahara.January 2009..The Sahara desert near the refugee camp of Dakhla..
The Wall of Shame and the victims of war
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Western Sahara.January 2009..The Sahara desert near the refugee camp of Dakhla..
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The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Hospital - injured school of War Chraid CherifWall) and the Museum of the People's Liberation Army. Tindouf, Algeria.

Army soldiers guarding the wall of Morocco.The Berm of Western Sahara (also known as the Moroccan Wall) is an approximately 2,700 km-long defensive structure, mostly a sand wall (or "berm"), running through Western Sahara and the southeastern portion of Morocco. It acts as a separation barrier between the Moroccan-controlled areas and the Polisario-controlled section of the territory that lies along its eastern and southern border.

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