Despite some of the worst violence seen in the long running dispute over Western Sahara, UN-brokered talks in New York are set to resume in December.
A reluctant Polisario independence movement agreed to continue with the diplomatic initiative.
Western Sahara is a former Spanish territory but was annexed by Morocco in 1975.
The pro-independence Polisario Front has waged war against Rabat until a fragile ceasefire in 1991.
Yesterday pro-Moroccan supporters took to the streets of Sahara’s main city Laayoune carrying flags and machetes.