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27.05 - 2013Saharawi fishermen block harbour of Dakhla
26.05 - 2013WSRW protests Swedish supplier for BouCraa
21.05 - 2013Dakhla harbour off limits for UN staff?
05.05 - 2013Saharawi syndicalists prevented from undertaking 1 May manifestation
30.04 - 2013EU-Moroccan deep trade talks have begun
26.04 - 2013Russia once again violates its own fish deal with Morocco
23.04 - 2013Morocco against human rights in UN - silent vis-ŕ-vis the EU
16.04 - 2013Polisario protested on Total to Ban Ki-Moon
12.04 - 2013CDM refuses early denials of Sahara projects
12.04 - 2013WSRW comments on UN Secretary General's report on Western Sahara
11.04 - 2013A Saharawi resource watch group established
11.04 - 2013Total fails to answer on future options in occupied Sahara…
09.04 - 2013WSRW raises contentious phosphate imports with PotashCorp... again
09.04 - 2013Swiss grocery chain will re-label Western Sahara melons
06.04 - 2013Dakhla farms depleting underground water reserves?
05.04 - 2013Morocco: “European Parliament is a dinosaur”
19.03 - 2013MEPs ask EU Commission to respect international law in Western Sahara
15.03 - 2013Total request renewed
14.03 - 2013Deep trade hits the fan on 22 April
13.03 - 2013Dutch government repeats: Western Sahara products are not from Morocco
05.03 - 2013BGP confirms seismic work for Total in Western Sahara
05.03 - 2013Siemens starting up controversial wind project on occupied land
04.03 - 2013EU launches talks on deepening economic relations with Morocco
27.02 - 2013Western Sahara slows down EU-Morocco fish talks
27.02 - 2013Action brought on 19 November 2012 – Front Polisario v Council
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Morocco occupies the major part of its neighbouring country, Western Sahara. Entering into business deals with Moroccan companies or authorities in the occupied territories gives an impression of political legitimacy to the occupation. It also gives job opportunities to Moroccan settlers and income to the Moroccan government. Western Sahara Resource Watch demands foreign companies leave Western Sahara until a solution to the conflict is found.
EU Court cases on Western Sahara for dummies


It's not easy keeping up with all the different legal proceedings relating to Western Sahara. For the sake of clarity, here's an overview of the five different cases at the Court of Justice of the European Union.
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