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04.02 - 2020Response by Ravensdown to WSRW - 8 April 2019
25.12 - 2019Fugro is back in occupied Western Sahara
10.12 - 2019Flotilla targets phosphate plunder ship
10.12 - 2019WSRW calls on UN Members to question Spain on Western Sahara at UPR
04.12 - 2019Conflict beach taking shape in Canary Islands
03.12 - 2019WSRW to IncitecPivot - 03.12.2019
02.12 - 2019Dutch inspectors confirm controversial fish oil
02.12 - 2019Kiwi port workers threaten not to discharge Western Sahara cargo
01.12 - 2019Conflict sand to cover Canary beach
28.11 - 2019Will COP 25 clarify if it accepts illegal projects?
28.11 - 2019Enel signs contract to build Boujdour wind farm
21.11 - 2019New Zealand port workers warn Kiwi importer of Saharawi phosphate
20.11 - 2019Hans Corell criticizes EU fisheries in Western Sahara
18.11 - 2019Polisario intent on subscribing to EITI
10.11 - 2019Turkey’s conflict aquaculture exposed
08.11 - 2019CGG blames Shell for Saharawi survey
16.10 - 2019GeoEx pushes seismic data from occupied land
15.10 - 2019Fish oil from occupied Western Sahara imported into the Netherlands?
04.10 - 2019Anchoring occupation: Morocco to construct $1bn port in Western Sahara
12.09 - 2019Controversial container route has begun
09.09 - 2019German trade fair should stop promoting Azura, groups say
09.09 - 2019Spanish farmers warn of fraudulent trade from occupied land
08.09 - 2019Protests continue against Ravensdown's blood phosphate imports
03.09 - 2019Kiwis take on New Zealand farmers' blood phosphate imports
21.05 - 2019Atlas Copco claims Morocco's phosphate plunder is legal
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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

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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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