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Engie ignores international law in occupied Western Sahara
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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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GE Vernova plans green hydrogen project in occupied Western Sahara

A subsidiary of US company General Electric is partnering with the government of Morocco for an infrastructure project in the illegally occupied Western Sahara. 

Published 15 February 2024

HDF uses Morocco campaigner to defend controversy

WSRW has never received a response that politically propagated the occupation to the degree as the one received from a French campaigner for Morocco on behalf of renewable energy company HDF Energy. 

Published 09 February 2024

Why WSRW will not take part in EU's Western Sahara trade review

WSRW has been invited to contribute to an EU Commission document on trade with Moroccan interests in occupied Western Sahara. This is why we reject taking part. 

Published 19 January 2024

Rapid growth of conflict oysters

Half of Moroccan shellfish exporters approved for export into the EU, are in fact located in occupied Western Sahara.

Published 10 January 2024

With Suez closed, Morocco reopens abandoned route

Morocco has for six years avoided directing plunder vessels via South Africa, whose courts have ruled the phosphate plunder of occupied Western Sahara to be illegal. First test is taking place now. 

Published 28 December 2023

EU funded programme exits occupied Western Sahara

The Erasmus+ financed youth exchange that was supposed to take place in Dakhla, occupied Western Sahara, has reportedly been moved.

Published 21 December 2023