Moroccan authorities have failed to deliver on their promises to tackle
the legacy of gross human rights violations committed in Morocco and
Western Sahara between 1956 and 1999, Amnesty International said ahead
of a report to be published on the issue.
Amnesty International questioned a decision by a court in the
United Arab Emirates (UAE) to acquit a sheikh and member of Abu Dhabi’s
ruling family who was charged with causing the assault and rape of a
man in 2004.