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... Forces Populaires, UNFP) was founded in 1959 in Morocco by Mehdi Ben Barka and his entourage, because they found that the Istiqlal Party - which had led the independence struggle - wasn't radical enough ... considered moderates, Mohammed Basri was promoting armed struggle, and Ben Barka chose to oppose the rule from exile ... the Sand War broke out between Morocco and Algeria in 1963, Ben Barka, then in Algeria, officially sided with Ahmed Ben Bella's FLN government ...
... He was reportedly connected to the "disappearance" of the exiled opposition leader Mehdi Ben Barka, leader of the left-wing National Union of Popular Forces (UNPF) and of the non-aligned ... Former dissident and prisoner Ali Bourequat has also directly accused Dlimi of taking part in Ben Barka's assassination ...
... In the 1960s Ben Barka's disappearance was enough of a "scandale public" that President De Gaulle formally declared his government had not been responsible ... who had testified earlier that Oufkir stabbed Ben Barka to death, was later found dead, officially a suicide ... against humanity for his role under Vichy, was forced to resign following Ben Barka's kidnapping ...
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