Morocco World News
New York, April 23, 2013
We are happy to inform our dear and loyal readers in Morocco and all over the world that MWN was the first news outlet in Morocco and worldwide to announce the withdrawal of the US proposal on the establishment of a human rights monitoring mechanism in the Sahara. We broke the news in this regard immediately after we received the confirmation from our trusted sources in the United Nations in New York.
Since its founding almost two years ago, MWN set as main objective to defend the positions of Morocco on the issue of the Sahara among the international audience and provide it with a different perspective than the one given by some major news agencies, who either have never set foot in the country or know it through their own stereotypes and preconceived ideas.
Thanks to its small but devoted and determined team in the US, Morocco and elsewhere, Morocco World News has been keen on providing its readership with painstaking analyses on the different facets of this conflict based on historic and factual facts away from any manipulation or propaganda.
Since the launching of our news outlet, we have never shied away from being transparent about our editorial line and defend it with pride, professionalism and determination.
Upon the latest twists of the issue of the Sahara over the past 10 days, especially since the US administration announced its intention to push for the inclusion of a human rights monitoring mechanism in the Sahara, MWN has been closely following the negotiation process that was underway in the United Nations in New York, and tried its utmost to provide the Moroccan audience with latest developments in this regard.
We have also strove to provide our audience with a number of analysis on the different factors that were likely to push Washington to revise its draft resolution and abstain from pushing for a decision that could have been not only harmful to Morocco’s position on the Sahara, but could also affect the long-standing of friendship and trust that binds Rabat and Washington for 237 years.
Morocco World News is happy to see that some of the analysis provided by its team was accurate and commits itself to do its utmost to live to the expectations of its growing audience not only in Morocco, but in the more than 106 countries where our readers come from every day.
We seize this occasion to announce to our readers in Morocco, that Morocco World News will launch its Arabic division very soon.
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