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Black gold may be the end of the peace process

The Norwegian company Seabird is involved in oil exploration outside occupied Western Sahara. If they find oil, it is bad news for the Sahrawis.

By: Bjørn Grimstad Early in the morning of 1 December 2014, an e-mail arrives to Erik Hagen, general manager of the Support Committee for Western Sahara. Activists in the organization Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW) report that a ship named "Harrier Explorer" is sinking in a small sea area between Las Palmas and the Western Sahara coastline. Hagen searches for the ship on the website Marine Traffic, knowing that Moroccan oil authorities have in recent years issued licenses to international oil companies in this. . .

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