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Read more about the Sahrawi refugees' demonstration against the Norwegian fishery company Sjøvik at VG Nett.
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The following is being said on the unedited version (which can be downloaded on the link above).
00:00-00:06 "Free Western Sahara"
00:07-00:22 "Pirate ships, leave Western Sahara!"
00:54-00:56 "No to plundering of Western Sahara's natural resources\"
01:01-01:05 "Pirates, leave Western Sahara!"
01:12-01:17 "Thieves, leave Western Sahara!"
01:27-01:29 "The illegal exploitation of natural resources in Western Sahara…"
01:30-01:33 "... constitutes a theft against our people."
01:34-01:38 "All robber ships that fish and rob from our country must get out."
01:40-01:47 "Morocco, leave Western Sahara!"
01:48-01:49 "Thieves, leave Western Sahara!"
The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has ruled in favour of the two Saharawi sisters Sultana and Luara Khaya.
The torture and detention of 10 Saharawi students by Moroccan authorities must be investigated and denounced. This is the demand in a complaint submitted today to the UN Special Procedures.
A 16 day-long campaign will shed light on violence committed against women in occupied Western Sahara.
One film festival in the world is different from all others. Read Asria Taleb's encounter with a festival audience in the Saharawi refugee camps in Algeria - including her connection with a complete stranger.