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Saharawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) carried out nine new attacks against Moroccan occupation army

Units of Saharawi People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) carried out nine new attacks against positions of the Moroccan occupation army along the wall of shame, according to Western Sahara Ministry of Defense communiqué number 109.

Western Sahara news agency reported that “SPLA fighters carried out a violent bombardment against sites of the occupying forces in the area of Ross Lakteitira in the sector of Houza and a targeted bombardment against soldiers entrenched in the region of Ross Dirt, also in Houza.

The communiqué added “SPLA units also bombed positions of Morocco occupation forces in the region of Gilb Azlim in the sector of Tichla and conducted a shelling against Moroccan soldiers entrenched in the region of Akarart in the sector of Touizgui, adding that “SPLA fighters also bombed the positions of the occupation forces in the area of Ross Sabti in the Mahbes sector”.

This Sunday, stresses the same source, “advanced detachments of the Saharawi Army bombed the occupying forces in the region of Laksib in Touizgui, and conducted a shelling against the occupying forces in the area of Laaran in the Touizgui sector”.

They also bombed positions of the occupying forces in the area of Agararat Al-Arabi, in the Touizgui sector, and targeted positions of Moroccan soldiers in the Azim Um Ajloud area in the Aousserd sector”.

Western Sahara Ministry of Defense communiqué concluded that “SPLA attacks continue against entrenchment positions of Moroccan occupying forces along the Wall of Shame”.

The Sahrawi Ministry of Defense communiqué confirms that the SPLA attacks are continuing to target the pits and burrows of the Moroccan occupation soldiers who suffered heavy losses in lives and equipment.

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