Positions 'fundamentally diverging' in W.Sahara talks: UN
Geneva (AFP) - A second round of talks on the disputed Western Sahara region ended Friday with the sides agreeing to meet again, but with the UN acknowledging many positions remained far apart.Morocco and the Polisario Front liberation movement appeared to have come no closer on the thorny issue of an independence referendum to decide Western Sahara's fate. The Polisario has demanded a vote -- a proposal categorically rejected by Rabat."This is not and will not be easy," United Nations envoy and former German president Horst Kohler told reporters in Geneva."There is still a lot of work ahead,"...