Rabat - United States president Donald Trump signed a fiscal law on Friday, approved by the US Congress, which allows Morocco to use funds allocated to the kingdom in the Western Sahara. The Appropriations Bill passed by Congress and signed Friday by the American president requires that "funds appropriated under title III of this Act”...
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