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New Report: Mexico becoming top plunder partner
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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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African Court rules for Saharawis

The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights concludes Morocco's occupation of Western Sahara to be a serious violation of the Saharawi people’s right to self-determination and independence.

Published 25 September 2022

New likely shipment heading to Incitec Pivot

Australia is to receive its first controversial phosphate shipment from occupied Western Sahara in six years. 

Published 23 September 2022

WSRW calls on Guterres to address the plunder

In a letter letter to the UN Secretary-General, WSRW calls for a more balanced and truthful reporting on Morocco's illegal plunder of occupied Western Sahara's resources.  

Published 15 September 2022

More fake facts following Davidson & Company audit

Even after a likely intervention of the Canadian public accounting firm regulator, the mining company Metalex keeps misleading about its licences on occupied land in reports audited by Davidson & Company.

Published 09 September 2022

Engie proceeds on occupied land

Three months after French company Engie condemned Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the company inks deals to start building a large water project in Western Sahara, in partnership with the government of the illegal occupier Morocco.

Published 06 July 2022

Spanish, Moroccan investors to meet on occupied land

Controversial Spanish-Moroccan business meeting to kickstart in occupied Western Sahara today.

Published 21 June 2022