South Africa Takes Offence at Morocco's Western Sahara Claims

The South African government has allegedly taken offence to an article published by the Moroccan Press Agency which said that South Africa had been completely isolated during a UN Security Council meeting on the Western Sahara in New York on April 9 because of its "sclerotic ideological position" on the conflict between Morocco and Western Sahara and the latter's quest for independence from Morocco. 

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