This file photo taken on October 18, 2017 shows Sahrawi refugees sitting in the shade at the Aousserd camp for Sahrawi refugees on the outskirts of Tindouf, south west of Algeria. / AFP / RYAD KRAMDI
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Morocco's King Mohammad VI has ruled out any peace deal that allows for the independence of the Western Sahara as the United Nations renews efforts to resolve the decades-old dispute.A U.N. peacekeeping force has been deployed in the former Spanish colony since 1991 with a mandate to organize a referendum on its independence or integration with Morocco. The king said Morocco was committed to contributing to the "new momentum" desired by the United Nations and to cooperating with the new envoy.
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