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Landmark ruling: African Court rules for Saharawis
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New report: Morocco uses green energy to embellish its occupation.
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Court annuls EU deals in occupied Western Sahara
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Siemens Energy in total split

The CEO of Siemens Energy denounces the occupation of Ukraine, but does not “have the mandate to take a political position on such issues or to confirm a territorial status” in the occupied territory of Western Sahara where the company operates for the Moroccan government.

Published 08 February 2023

EU Commission continues to disregard EU Court

The EU Commission has authored a new report detailing how Moroccan settlers benefit from a trade agreement that has been found illegal by the EU Court of Justice multiple times.

Published 07 February 2023

NewMed insists following law - but which?

The Israeli company that signed an agreement for hydrocarbon exploration in occupied Western Sahara claims to follow “the laws in force”. But of which country?

Published 06 February 2023

German university study in occupied waters

The Universities of Kiel and Hamburg have taken part in mapping the seafloor offshore occupied Western Sahara, seemingly without knowing where they carried out the operation. 

Published 03 February 2023

Doubts cast on location of Xlinks energy projects

Contrary to previous promises by UK company Xlinks, Moroccan regional president now says the renewable energy plants that are to supply the UK will be located in occupied Western Sahara.

Published 31 January 2023

EU Commission eying new Morocco fish deal - not awaiting Court ruling

Without waiting for the final ruling of the EU Court of Justice, the EU Commission has seemingly started preparation for further fisheries in the waters offshore occupied Western Sahara. 

Published 13 January 2023