Second Time In A Week, Algeria Eliminates The Sahrawi Civilians
Once again, in a week, the Algerian army committed the second crime against the Sahrawi civilians (gold miners) in the defenseless camps of Tindouf. A Sahrawi was killed the night of November 25 to 26, and a second seriously injured, after being exposed to heavy fire, and without warning, from members of the Algerian army, east of Dakhla (camps of Tindouf).
Informed sources claimed that elements of the Algerian army opened fire on two prospectors in the Tindouf camp, causing the death of Aabidat Oueld Bilal as well as the gunshot wound of Falli Oueld Berka.
Falli Oueld Berka, who is injured, suffers from very serious injuries, and is now hospitalized at Bentdouf military hospital. This incident is considered the second murder crime committed by the Algerian regime's army in a week against the Sahrawis in the camps.