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The agreement permits Russia to fish offshore occupied Western Sahara.
Published 21 December 2007
Fertiliser company Incitec Pivot will not be rushed into making a takeover bid for explosives manufacturer Dyno Nobel, despite the target company shelving costly expansion plans and releasing forecasts for a cost-cutting program to boost annual pre-tax earnings by $61 million.
Published 20 December 2007

An international network organisation working in solidarity with the Sahrawi people, Western Sahara Resource Watch, has swiftly reacted to reports that a subsidiary of the Libyan state oil company [Tamoil] is on the verge of investing between US $100 and $150 million in the occupied Western Sahara. 
Read also: Tamoil denies engagement in Western Sahara

Published 20 December 2007
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An African invasion has repercussion in Australia, writes Ben Cubby.
Read also: Incitec optimistic about outlook 
Read also: Incitec in no hurry over Dyno
Read also: Incitec defends import policies

Published 20 December 2007
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According to Moroccan press reports this week-end, a subsidiary of the Libyan state oil company Tamoil will invest 100 to 150 million dollars in occupied Western Sahara. \"If this is true, it would mean a serious betrayal of the Sahrawi people\'s legitimate struggle against occupation\", says Western Sahara Resource Watch, an international network organisation working in solidarity with the Sahrawi people.
Read also: Tamoil denies engagement in Western Sahara
Published 20 December 2007
The chief executive of fertiliser maker Incitec Pivot Ltd, Julian Segal, says he is cautiously optimistic about the outlook for earnings in the current financial year.
Published 20 December 2007
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The General Assembly of Australian phosphate importer Incitec Pivot was visited by a dead camel.
Published 20 December 2007
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Arriving New Zealand first week of January.

Published 17 December 2007
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A Saudi Arabian bird hunting expedition in occupied Western Sahara is now caught on photo.
Published 11 December 2007
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One of the most important importers of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara is located in New Zealand. Check out their factory here.
Published 10 December 2007
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When it arrived New Zealand, they claimed Predator came from Jorf Lasfar in Morocco. It really came form El Aaiun in occupied Western Sahara.

Published 13 December 2007
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Norwegian insurance company, Kommunal Landspensjonskasse Mutual Insurance Company (KLP) has blacklisted Wesfarmers on account of its trade with Morocco in phosphate pillaged from Western Sahara. Read press release from the Australian Western Sahara Association, 4 December 2007.

Published 04 December 2007
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Morocco is entering new oil contracts with European firms to illegally search for oil in Western Sahara.

Published 28 November 2007

WESTERN Sahara will conduct its second licensing round in Houston early next year, writes Barry Morgan.

Published 21 November 2007
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According to the New Zealand Minister of Trade, 90% of all phosphate rock used for super phosphate manufacture in New Zealand is from Western Sahara.

Published 19 November 2007

A HEBRIDEAN fishing crew is heading for Morocco because they claim they are unable to catch enough fish in their home waters.

Published 18 November 2007
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As far as we know it is the first collective work published in English dealing with the legal aspects of the Western Sahara problem.

Published 18 November 2007
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Members of parliament protesting in front of Incitec Pivot offices, importer of phosphate from occupied Western Sahara.

Published 24 September 2007
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"Morocco has no right to exploit the natural resources in Western Sahara for its own benefit", said Swedish MFA Carl Bildt in Swedish parliament this week.

Published 24 September 2007
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Gearbulk, a company partially owned by the Jebsen family, ships phosphates from Western Sahara on behalf of the Moroccan occupying authorities. Norwatch can reveal that a Jebsen vessel docks Tuesday in a harbour in New Zealand. This trade is contradictory to discouragement from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Published 18 September 2007