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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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These are the clients of Morocco’s phosphate plunder

For the eleventh year in a row, Western Sahara Resource Watch publishes a detailed, annual overview of the companies involved in the purchase of conflict phosphates from occupied Western Sahara.

Published 22 May 2024

This port is the biggest exporter of gas into occupied Western Sahara

For the first time, Portugal is the biggest exporter of gas products into occupied Western Sahara. 

Published 15 May 2024

France offers to pay for problematic powerline

The French government intends to finance a cable that will transport energy from Morocco's illegal projects in occupied Western Sahara to Morocco proper.

Published 07 May 2024

Cepsa, Repsol still secretive on controversial oil

The two Spanish companies that are exporting practically all petroleum into occupied Western Sahara remain non-communicative. 

Published 06 May 2024

EU Court adviser confirms separate and distinct status of Western Sahara

The Advocate General of the EU’s top Court backs the legal status of the people of Western Sahara. Final Judgment expected in a few months. 

Published 21 March 2024

EU Court adviser: fruit from Western Sahara should not be labelled as from Morocco

Labelling those products as originating in the Kingdom of Morocco instead of originating in Western Sahara breaches EU law, the Advocate General of the EU Court of Justice concludes.

Published 21 March 2024