An image taken on November 8, 2010 and released by  the Moroccan gendarmerie on November 15 shows an apparent vehicle of the  Moroccan gendarmerie spraying water from a watergun towards alleged  protesters near Laayoune. Moroccan forces dismantled a camp on November  8, housing thousands of refugees in the Western Sahara leaving four dead  and scores injured, according to the rival sides. The security forces  were ordered to empty a camp housing some 12,000 people set up four  weeks ago outside Laayoune, the main town in the Western Sahara, in a  protest against the deterioration of living standards. (HO/AFP/Getty  Images)

An image taken on November 8, 2010 and released by the Moroccan gendarmerie on November 15 shows an apparent vehicle of the Moroccan gendarmerie spraying water from a watergun towards alleged protesters near Laayoune. Moroccan forces dismantled a camp on November 8, housing thousands of refugees in the Western Sahara leaving four dead and scores injured, according to the rival sides. The security forces were ordered to empty a camp housing some 12,000 people set up four weeks ago outside Laayoune, the main town in the Western Sahara, in a protest against the deterioration of living standards. (HO/AFP/Getty Images)

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