Fish dumped offshore Western Sahara

Morocco claims to sustainably manage the waters offshore the territory it illegally occupies. This video shows massive discards of dead fish from a vessel, offshore Dahkla, allegedly shot in October 2012.
Published 17 October 12


Morocco claims to sustainably manage the waters offshore the territory it illegally occupies. This video shows massive discards of dead fish from a vessel, offshore Dahkla, allegedly shot in October 2012.

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