Human Rights Watch has released a 216-page report on the human rights situation in Western Sahara, including both the Moroccan-controlled areas and areas under the control of POLISARIO, notably the Tindouf camps. It is appropriately called "Human Rights in Western Sahara and the Tindouf Camps" (it's an update to their 1995 report on Western Sahara, "Keeping it Secret"). I just started reading it, and so far it seems excellent, destined to become the point of reference for the Western Sahara human rights debate for some years to come.
So print it out, and I'm sure it will make a perfect Christmas present for all your relatives. Happy Holidays!
UPDATE: Official reactions to the HRW report.
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