• Western Sahara: Walking in Laayoune (El Aaiun) 西サハラ:ラユーン(アイウン)を歩く

    From my trip to Morocco/Western Sahara in January 2014. 2014年1月のモロッコ/西サハラ旅行から

    published: 31 Jan 2014
  • My Expat Diary - Mauritania & Western Sahara (Dakhla, Nouakchott) 15/04/2017

    Sharing thoughts and experiences while traveling the world. Germany, Taiwan, Canada, USA, England, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Liechtenstein, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland, Tunesia, Taiwan, China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia... enjoy this world :)

    published: 16 May 2017
  • Morocco turns the Sahara desert into a solar energy oasis

    Morocco says it wants to be the Saudi Arabia of solar energy. Its flagship project is a first-of-its-kind, $9-billion energy plant called Noor, meaning "light" in Arabic, and the size of the city of Paris. Special correspondent Monica Villamizar reports from the city of Ouarzazate.

    published: 20 Feb 2018
  • Morocco Concludes - Marrakech & Western Sahara by Jeep

    Join me as I drive my Overland Modified Jeep Wrangler 80,000 miles around Africa. http://theroadchoseme.com In this episode I drive through the famous canyons of Morocco, visit waterfalls and take a tour by Kensington Tours in the ancient city of Marrakech, including watching a snake charmer. From there I make my way South through the Western Sahara towards the border of Mauritania. You can follow my adventure in real time across social media at: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theroadchoseme Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theroadchoseme Twitter: https://twitter.com/dangrec And my website: http://theroadchoseme.com For all the details on how to drive your own vehicle Overland in Morocco, including gas prices, insurance, paperwork, camping and more, see http://wikioverland.org/M...

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • UN votes to extend West Sahara peacekeeping mission

    The UN Security Council has voted to extend the mandate of its mission in Western Sahara for another year. Known as MINURSO, it's been monitoring a 25-year-old ceasefire between Morocco and the Polisario Front in the disputed region. The renewal comes despite Morocco's expulsion of civilian members of the UN operation in the Western Sahara last month. Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from the UN headquarters in New York. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 30 Apr 2016
  • UnProfessional Un Boxing Of JBL Speaker

    Follow me On Instagram :- https://www.instagram.com/adroitrehan/ Follow me on Facebook :- https://www.facebook.com/shaikh.rehan1 Sahara Market is a walk down from the famous Victoria Terminus at Fort. Right across the road from Haji Ali Mosque is the famous Haji Ali Market Complex at Tardeo. IPods, IPads, MP3 Players, Laptops, you name it, these places have it. And what’s better? Keeping with Mumbai’s reputation for a bargain one can actually bargain on these branded products! So the next time you’re in the market for a high end Apple product, you might just end up getting it a whole lot cheaper here. Mumbai has everything to offer from shopping to food to sight-seeing to the famous night life culture. Fashion Street in town and Linking Road in Bandra are two of the most famous roadsid...

    published: 20 Apr 2018
  • Noam Chomsky and WESTERN SAHARA الثورة العربية بدأت في الصحراء YouTube

    published: 16 Nov 2011
  • Morocco Bets on French Ties on Western Sahara

    Morocco's UN Perm. Rep briefing the press on Western Sahara

    published: 29 Apr 2016
  • Trader Talk EP.1

    Western Sahara traders sharing thier views and thoughts about different markets ranging from currencies to commodities. Self taugh traders extracting pips from the market whever they see decent trade opportunites and basically being transparent about thier trading journey. We hope you learn something new from us and your comments are welcome

    published: 15 Nov 2016
  • The destruction of fisheries in Western Sahara.

    تدمير الثروة السمكية في الصحراء الغربية. The destruction of fisheries in Western Sahara. La destruction de la pêche au Sahara Occidental. La destrucción de la pesca en el Sahara Occidental.

    published: 30 Nov 2013
  • Morocco: Walking in Souk, Marrakech モロッコ:マラケシュのスークを歩く

    From my trip to Morocco/Western Sahara in January 2014. 2014年1月のモロッコ/西サハラ旅行から

    published: 30 Jan 2014
  • Western Sahara - Layounne / El Ayun / Laayoune - Travel - Jim Rogers World Adventure

    Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim and Paige visit Layounne in the west Sahara. Copyright Jim Rogers - provided as a special contribution to The Fenton Report. http://www.fentonreport.com El-Aaiún (also transliterated "Laâyoune" or "El Ayun"), is a city in Western Sahara and a former Spanish colony. Occupied by Morocco since 1976[1], El-Aaiún is the capital of the Moroccan region of Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra. It is also claimed by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic as their de jure capital. http://www.mutualfundcenter.com http://www.atlanticfinancial.com http://www.fentonreport.com/2006/04/24/economy/stock-market-performance/136 ...

    published: 15 Feb 2009
  • Atwood Achiever on way to occupied Western Sahara - here filmed in Namibia

    US oil company Kosmos Energy has chartered the drillship 'Atwood Achiever' to carry out ilegal drilling in occupied Western Sahara. October 26th 2014, 'Atwood Acheiver' arrived at Walvis Bay, Namibia, where it received supplies. According to the UN, any further exploration or exploitation of oil in Western Sahara is illegal without the consent of the Saharawis. Stop the conflict drilling! http://www.wsrw.org

    published: 27 Oct 2014
  • Western Sahara fishing: Morocco plays hide and seek with EU

    When an unofficial delegation from the European Parliament visited Dakhla city in occupied Western Sahara, the Moroccan government pulled their foreign flagged European fleet out of the harbour. The vessels were hiding some kilometers out of town. After the parliament left Dakhla, the vessels returned. Find here Swedish owned vessels Meya and Aldo here at Dakhla harbour, shortly after Parliamentarians' departure. Morocco has illegally occupied parts of Western Sahara since 1975. Read more about the European and Moroccan plunder of Western Sahara at http://www.wsrw.org and http://www.fishelsewhere.eu

    published: 14 Jun 2012
  • mosques: (Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad)

    El-Aaiun, Nouakchott, Djenne, Niamey, N´Djamena

    published: 16 Feb 2010
  • Sahara Fish Plunder Video

    The Association for the Monitoring of the Resources and for the Protection of the Environment in Western Sahara ( AMNPENWS) Elaaiun March 9, 2016 Pictures and a Story to tell: A Massacre against the Saharawi Fish On the day of March 4th, 2016, A Moroccan fishing vessel named: TIDZI discarded 150 tons of the Croaker fish known also as Courbine fish. This took place in the high seas of Western Sahara in the C zone that has been plundered for decades now. In fact, fishing by Moroccan and any foreign vessels in Western Saharan waters takes place despite protests by t the local Saharawi civil society activists and by the Polisario Front, recognized by the United Nations sin...

    published: 08 Mar 2016
  • Stall Demolition At Manish & Sahara Market

    Stall Demolition At Manish & Sahara Market

    published: 02 Feb 2017
  • Inside the Life of a Trader

    On a brief summer holiday in London. WSI traders decided to show us a glimpse into the lifestyle of a London trader. Their luxury mansion which is located on the outskirts of London is listed on the market for over $1,000,000. The 6 bedroom mansion is fully fitted with 3 living rooms and 6 bathroom for the comfort of the occupants. Each room in the house is fitted with a 41 inch flat screen LED TV. The ground floor has an amazing living room that leads into the kitchen where the traders spend most of their time. An office space where other traders have meeting and plan for their next approach on the markets. This masterpiece also has an amazing pent house with its very own bathroom. Within the penthouse a games room where the traders spend quality time playing air hockey with their...

    published: 22 Oct 2016
  • Morocco - Growing emerging market in Africa

    published: 17 Mar 2016
  • Marocco & Western Sahara: Penisola di Dakhla; mine e dune bianche - Parte 15/17

    A Dakhla cerchiamo una spiaggia per fare surf ma purtroppo non ci sono onde date le sfortunate condizioni di vento di quel giorno, così, optiamo per andare a fare un giro nel deserto tra i campi minati e scendiamo a sud. Giungiamo in un posto meraviglioso chiamato "la duna bianca", un bacino perfettamente circolare dove l'oceano bacia l'inizio del deserto. La duna è abbastanza alta da saltarci giù per cercare di tuffarsi in acqua. Poi ci dirigiamo verso nord, per ritornare a Dakhla e ci fermiamo su un'altra spiaggia dove c'è il relitto di una nave mercantile arenato. Trascorriamo la serata sul lungomare di Daklha tra un giro caotico nel mercato e un rilassante té alla menta. DAKHLA: La piccola penisola di Dakhla è stata fondata come Villa Cisneros nel 1502 dagli spagnoli in omaggio a Fran...

    published: 08 Jan 2012
  • Camels and Dromedaries | Nomads of the Sahara

    The recent rains have brought abundant pasture. The herds of dromedaries can spend the entire day chomping on the young shoots of ESKEF, their favourite food. They need to recover the weight lost during the long drought. Small herds of goats also accompany the nomads of the Sahara. Because it is perfectly adapted to the surroundings, the goat has become one of the main domesticated animals in these regions. The dromedary was introduced into Africa in the sixth century B.C., and since then it has become the very essence of the Sahara, earning the name “The Ship of the Desert”. Its extraordinary characteristics mean it can drink saltwater, or go for long periods without drinking at all, losing up to 25% of its body mass. It can recover this lost mass by consuming, at a single time, up to ...

    published: 09 Jan 2016
  • Why Does Morocco Want To Boycott Sweden?

    Why Do Algeria And Morocco Hate Each Other? http://testu.be/1Io9rjD What Americans Get Wrong About Sweden http://bit.ly/21guJZh Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml In a seemingly unprecedented move, Morocco threatened to boycott Swedish goods. So why are the nations suddenly butting heads? Learn More: Ikea may have stumbled into one of North Africa's most intractable land disputes https://www.washingtonpost.com/pb/news/worldviews/wp/2015/09/29/ikea-may-have-stumbled-into-one-of-north-africas-most-intractable-land-disputes/?resType=accessibility&nid=menu_nav_accessibilityforscreenreader "... according to Le 360, a news Web site perceived as close to the Moroccan royal court, the real reason for the closing may be geopolitical: Ikea, a company founded in Sweden and deeply associated ...

    published: 29 Nov 2015
  • Western Sahara Cities - http://www.sahara-villes.com

    Dear Sahraouis retained in tindouf camps, look at the city your left 32 years before, look how it has been developed since 1975, the year of decolonization of Western Sahara

    published: 06 Aug 2007
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Western Sahara: Walking in Laayoune (El Aaiun)  西サハラ:ラユーン(アイウン)を歩く
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Western Sahara: Walking in Laayoune (El Aaiun) 西サハラ:ラユーン(アイウン)を歩く

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From my trip to Morocco/Western Sahara in January 2014. 2014年1月のモロッコ/西サハラ旅行から
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My Expat Diary - Mauritania & Western Sahara (Dakhla, Nouakchott) 15/04/2017
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My Expat Diary - Mauritania & Western Sahara (Dakhla, Nouakchott) 15/04/2017

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Morocco turns the Sahara desert into a solar energy oasis
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Morocco turns the Sahara desert into a solar energy oasis

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Morocco says it wants to be the Saudi Arabia of solar energy. Its flagship project is a first-of-its-kind, $9-billion energy plant called Noor, meaning "light" in Arabic, and the size of the city of Paris. Special correspondent Monica Villamizar reports from the city of Ouarzazate.
https://wn.com/Morocco_Turns_The_Sahara_Desert_Into_A_Solar_Energy_Oasis
Morocco Concludes - Marrakech & Western Sahara by Jeep
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Morocco Concludes - Marrakech & Western Sahara by Jeep

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Join me as I drive my Overland Modified Jeep Wrangler 80,000 miles around Africa. http://theroadchoseme.com In this episode I drive through the famous canyons of Morocco, visit waterfalls and take a tour by Kensington Tours in the ancient city of Marrakech, including watching a snake charmer. From there I make my way South through the Western Sahara towards the border of Mauritania. You can follow my adventure in real time across social media at: Facebook: https://facebook.com/theroadchoseme Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theroadchoseme Twitter: https://twitter.com/dangrec And my website: http://theroadchoseme.com For all the details on how to drive your own vehicle Overland in Morocco, including gas prices, insurance, paperwork, camping and more, see http://wikioverland.org/Morocco
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UN votes to extend West Sahara peacekeeping mission
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UN votes to extend West Sahara peacekeeping mission

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The UN Security Council has voted to extend the mandate of its mission in Western Sahara for another year. Known as MINURSO, it's been monitoring a 25-year-old ceasefire between Morocco and the Polisario Front in the disputed region. The renewal comes despite Morocco's expulsion of civilian members of the UN operation in the Western Sahara last month. Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from the UN headquarters in New York. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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UnProfessional Un Boxing Of JBL Speaker
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UnProfessional Un Boxing Of JBL Speaker

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Follow me On Instagram :- https://www.instagram.com/adroitrehan/ Follow me on Facebook :- https://www.facebook.com/shaikh.rehan1 Sahara Market is a walk down from the famous Victoria Terminus at Fort. Right across the road from Haji Ali Mosque is the famous Haji Ali Market Complex at Tardeo. IPods, IPads, MP3 Players, Laptops, you name it, these places have it. And what’s better? Keeping with Mumbai’s reputation for a bargain one can actually bargain on these branded products! So the next time you’re in the market for a high end Apple product, you might just end up getting it a whole lot cheaper here. Mumbai has everything to offer from shopping to food to sight-seeing to the famous night life culture. Fashion Street in town and Linking Road in Bandra are two of the most famous roadside shopping zones apart from the plethora of brand shopping the city offers. Hit the beach on a sunny afternoon, setup a picnic and enjoy some tasty beach food like Mumbai’s signature sandwiches, Kulfi and Falooda, Paani Puri or Maharashtra’s own Vada Pav served in different styles. Mumbai has 3 popular beaches, Juhu Beach, Chowpatty and Gorai. For the nature lovers, tourist who don’t prefer too much of crowd, Gorai beach is an ideal place to kick back. Tourists are advised, as against most travel destinations, Mumbai is seen best as long as you have a set of wheels, so one might want to hail a cab or hire a car for the duration they’re in the city. Mumbai afternoons can get very hot, and having a vehicle helps. That being said, one can experience the double decker BEST buses that ply some South Mumbai routes especially the one on Marine Drive also known as the Queen’s Necklace. If you’re feeling adventurous, try getting into a Mumbai Local train, which is considered the fastest mode of transport in the city. Trains on the western and central lines leave from Churchgate and VT stations respectively, and departures are within minutes of each other. For Buying Please Contact Abid Mobile Covers :- 9821983741 Mobile Spare Parts Shop No.217 :- 022-266589164 / 9619221021 For Mobile Tempered Glass :- 9869607820. For Memory Card Ilyas Shaikh :- 9820792740 For Tripod Camera Lens :- 8169248331 For Buletooth Speaker :- 9619396973
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Noam Chomsky and WESTERN SAHARA الثورة العربية بدأت في الصحراء   YouTube
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Noam Chomsky and WESTERN SAHARA الثورة العربية بدأت في الصحراء YouTube

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Morocco Bets on French Ties on Western Sahara
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Morocco Bets on French Ties on Western Sahara

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Morocco's UN Perm. Rep briefing the press on Western Sahara
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Trader Talk EP.1
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Trader Talk EP.1

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Western Sahara traders sharing thier views and thoughts about different markets ranging from currencies to commodities. Self taugh traders extracting pips from the market whever they see decent trade opportunites and basically being transparent about thier trading journey. We hope you learn something new from us and your comments are welcome
https://wn.com/Trader_Talk_Ep.1
The destruction of fisheries in Western Sahara.
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The destruction of fisheries in Western Sahara.

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تدمير الثروة السمكية في الصحراء الغربية. The destruction of fisheries in Western Sahara. La destruction de la pêche au Sahara Occidental. La destrucción de la pesca en el Sahara Occidental.
https://wn.com/The_Destruction_Of_Fisheries_In_Western_Sahara.
Morocco: Walking in Souk, Marrakech  モロッコ:マラケシュのスークを歩く
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Morocco: Walking in Souk, Marrakech モロッコ:マラケシュのスークを歩く

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From my trip to Morocco/Western Sahara in January 2014. 2014年1月のモロッコ/西サハラ旅行から
https://wn.com/Morocco:_Walking_In_Souk,_Marrakech_モロッコ:マラケシュのスークを歩く
Western Sahara - Layounne / El Ayun / Laayoune - Travel - Jim Rogers World Adventure
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Western Sahara - Layounne / El Ayun / Laayoune - Travel - Jim Rogers World Adventure

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Leading economic expert Jim Rogers traveled to 150 countries over 150,000 miles in three years - follow his adventures here on FentonReport. In this video Jim and Paige visit Layounne in the west Sahara. Copyright Jim Rogers - provided as a special contribution to The Fenton Report. http://www.fentonreport.com El-Aaiún (also transliterated "Laâyoune" or "El Ayun"), is a city in Western Sahara and a former Spanish colony. Occupied by Morocco since 1976[1], El-Aaiún is the capital of the Moroccan region of Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra. It is also claimed by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic as their de jure capital. http://www.mutualfundcenter.com http://www.atlanticfinancial.com http://www.fentonreport.com/2006/04/24/economy/stock-market-performance/136 http://www.fentonreport.com/2006/05/01/health-living/kids-and-money/137 http://www.fentonreport.com/2006/05/15/commodities/measuring-oil-reserves/139
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Atwood Achiever on way to occupied Western Sahara - here filmed in Namibia
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Atwood Achiever on way to occupied Western Sahara - here filmed in Namibia

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US oil company Kosmos Energy has chartered the drillship 'Atwood Achiever' to carry out ilegal drilling in occupied Western Sahara. October 26th 2014, 'Atwood Acheiver' arrived at Walvis Bay, Namibia, where it received supplies. According to the UN, any further exploration or exploitation of oil in Western Sahara is illegal without the consent of the Saharawis. Stop the conflict drilling! http://www.wsrw.org
https://wn.com/Atwood_Achiever_On_Way_To_Occupied_Western_Sahara_Here_Filmed_In_Namibia
Western Sahara fishing: Morocco plays hide and seek with EU
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Western Sahara fishing: Morocco plays hide and seek with EU

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When an unofficial delegation from the European Parliament visited Dakhla city in occupied Western Sahara, the Moroccan government pulled their foreign flagged European fleet out of the harbour. The vessels were hiding some kilometers out of town. After the parliament left Dakhla, the vessels returned. Find here Swedish owned vessels Meya and Aldo here at Dakhla harbour, shortly after Parliamentarians' departure. Morocco has illegally occupied parts of Western Sahara since 1975. Read more about the European and Moroccan plunder of Western Sahara at http://www.wsrw.org and http://www.fishelsewhere.eu
https://wn.com/Western_Sahara_Fishing_Morocco_Plays_Hide_And_Seek_With_Eu
mosques: (Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad)
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mosques: (Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad)

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Sahara Fish Plunder Video
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Sahara Fish Plunder Video

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The Association for the Monitoring of the Resources and for the Protection of the Environment in Western Sahara ( AMNPENWS) Elaaiun March 9, 2016 Pictures and a Story to tell: A Massacre against the Saharawi Fish On the day of March 4th, 2016, A Moroccan fishing vessel named: TIDZI discarded 150 tons of the Croaker fish known also as Courbine fish. This took place in the high seas of Western Sahara in the C zone that has been plundered for decades now. In fact, fishing by Moroccan and any foreign vessels in Western Saharan waters takes place despite protests by t the local Saharawi civil society activists and by the Polisario Front, recognized by the United Nations since 1979 as the legitimate representative of the people of Western Sahara. Western Sahara is not part of Morocco – it has the status of a Non-Self-Governing Territory under the Charter of the United Nations, and no country in the world recognizes Morocco’s claim to Western Sahara. Legally speaking, Morocco cannot claim nor seek to exercise sovereign rights in the waters adjacent to the coast of Western Sahara, nor can it extend its fisheries zone into that area. To see such a plunder and such a waste is against all laws and ethics. Fishing by any vessels in Western Sahara’s waters pursuant to an arrangement with the Kingdom of Morocco is contrary to the interests and wishes of the people of Western Sahara. Over the years, most fish stocks off the coast of Western Sahara are considered fully exploited or overexploited, as a result of years of intense fishing by local, EU and other foreign fishing fleets. Overfishing in the Saharawi coasts is strongly linked to the excess capacity in the Moroccan national fishing fleet. According to observers and to statistics, there are too many large and destructive fishing vessels, especially the RSW, that ignore deliberately the international law and the ethics of the job as they go on discarding the precious catch, plundering fish and destroying the Saharawis waters. The Saharawi people have tried in different ways to make their voices heard and to protest against the exploitation by Morocco and other countries of Western Saharan resources. Their protests also denounced the fact that they consider themselves marginalized in the labor market, and thus unable to profit in any sense from those resources. Such a fleet is operating at excess capacity is often also a driver for illegal and unregulated fishing. We are now witnessing, (see pictures and video), the causes, the consequences and the manifestation of the depletion of fish stocks and the unsustainable and unprofitable nature of fishing in Saharawi waters, more EU fishing vessels have moved to distant fishing grounds. This plunder has further aggravated a local overfishing crisis. During her visit to Dakhla city (Western Sahara) last year 2015, the Special Rapporteur on Food visited the port of Dakhla, where she witnessed abundant commercial and large-scale fishing projects for both national consumption and for export. The report says:¨While it is evident that considerable investment and resources are being poured into the development of the fishing sector, there is concern that not everyone working in the industry is reaping the benefits. Indeed, the Special Rapporteur learned that small-scale fisher folk are among the poorest in Western Sahara. While there have been efforts to integrate the local population by offering supplementary licences, the expert learned that Sahrawi people who are involved in the fishing industry struggle to find employment in the ports in order to sustain their livelihood. The Association for the Monitoring of the Resources and for the Protection of the Environment in Western Sahara ( AMNPENWS) strongly condemns the discarding of such an unsustainable natural resource fish species. This clearly shows the fate of the croaker fish may foretell the progressive collapse of fish stocks in the Saharawi waters. There is no doubt that the fate of this one fish reflects a bigger picture: decades of unchecked global fishing pushed by the absence of the respect of ethics, greed, corruption, mismanagement and geopolitical discrepancies.
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Stall Demolition At Manish & Sahara Market
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Stall Demolition At Manish & Sahara Market

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Inside the Life of a Trader
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Inside the Life of a Trader

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On a brief summer holiday in London. WSI traders decided to show us a glimpse into the lifestyle of a London trader. Their luxury mansion which is located on the outskirts of London is listed on the market for over $1,000,000. The 6 bedroom mansion is fully fitted with 3 living rooms and 6 bathroom for the comfort of the occupants. Each room in the house is fitted with a 41 inch flat screen LED TV. The ground floor has an amazing living room that leads into the kitchen where the traders spend most of their time. An office space where other traders have meeting and plan for their next approach on the markets. This masterpiece also has an amazing pent house with its very own bathroom. Within the penthouse a games room where the traders spend quality time playing air hockey with their mates.
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Morocco - Growing emerging market in Africa
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Morocco - Growing emerging market in Africa

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Marocco & Western Sahara: Penisola di Dakhla; mine e dune bianche - Parte 15/17
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Marocco & Western Sahara: Penisola di Dakhla; mine e dune bianche - Parte 15/17

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A Dakhla cerchiamo una spiaggia per fare surf ma purtroppo non ci sono onde date le sfortunate condizioni di vento di quel giorno, così, optiamo per andare a fare un giro nel deserto tra i campi minati e scendiamo a sud. Giungiamo in un posto meraviglioso chiamato "la duna bianca", un bacino perfettamente circolare dove l'oceano bacia l'inizio del deserto. La duna è abbastanza alta da saltarci giù per cercare di tuffarsi in acqua. Poi ci dirigiamo verso nord, per ritornare a Dakhla e ci fermiamo su un'altra spiaggia dove c'è il relitto di una nave mercantile arenato. Trascorriamo la serata sul lungomare di Daklha tra un giro caotico nel mercato e un rilassante té alla menta. DAKHLA: La piccola penisola di Dakhla è stata fondata come Villa Cisneros nel 1502 dagli spagnoli in omaggio a Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros. Dakhla (Dajla), o al-Dakhla (al-Dajla) (arabo الداخلة ovvero l'interna), è una città del Sahara Occidentale. È a 550 chilometri a sud di El Aayun sulla costa atlantica[1]. È sopra una penisola, la Penisola di Rio de Oro che si estende parallela alla costa in direzione nordest-sudest. La penisola crea un porto naturale.È il capoluogo della regione Oued Ed-Dahab-Lagouira.Dakhla è una città marocchina collocata vicino al tropico del cancro e non lontano dal confine con la Mauritania. La città si trova all'estremità dell'omonima penisola in pieno Sahara occidentale.La città è piccola ma, oltre all'esercito molto presente per il problema del Sahara occidentale, molto attiva. Si tratta del porto di pesca più importante del Marocco. Esporta pesce in tutto il mondo ed è per questo che potete trovare pesce freschissimo ovunque a prezzi irrisori. Ma la cosa più bella sono le spiagge, infinite come infinito e' il deserto. La temperatura oscilla per tutto l'anno dai 25 ai 35 gradi. Spesso ci sono venti forti che sono perfetti per in windsurf. L'unico inconveniente è che per raggiungere le spiagge occorre prendere l'automobile. La popolazione, come in tutto il Marocco è cordiale e amichevole. Gli hotel non sono numerosissimi ma è possibile trovare una collocazione per qualsiasi esigenza.
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Cheaper EMP JAMMER FOR Africa market
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Cheaper EMP JAMMER FOR Africa market

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Camels and Dromedaries | Nomads of the Sahara
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Camels and Dromedaries | Nomads of the Sahara

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The recent rains have brought abundant pasture. The herds of dromedaries can spend the entire day chomping on the young shoots of ESKEF, their favourite food. They need to recover the weight lost during the long drought. Small herds of goats also accompany the nomads of the Sahara. Because it is perfectly adapted to the surroundings, the goat has become one of the main domesticated animals in these regions. The dromedary was introduced into Africa in the sixth century B.C., and since then it has become the very essence of the Sahara, earning the name “The Ship of the Desert”. Its extraordinary characteristics mean it can drink saltwater, or go for long periods without drinking at all, losing up to 25% of its body mass. It can recover this lost mass by consuming, at a single time, up to 90 litres of water, which it will store in different sacs in its stomach. At the well of AIGÜENIT, in the south of the country, the herds of many tribes have gathered. The dromedary is the principal agent and the basis of wealth in the transhumance economy of the Western Sahara. During this time of rain, the females will be mounted by the stud camel, and those that are pregnant will give birth after a gestation period of 14 months. The new-born camel is called a LEJUAR. They are born with a covering of whitish wool, which immediately protects them from the intense heat. A herdsman unties the SHMAL which protect the udders of the female camels, so their young have access to the nutritious milk. Lactation is controlled so that the mother is not excessively weakened. Traditionally, each tribe brands its camels with a distinctive mark, recognisable to anyone who finds them if they stray off. The easy domestication of the dromedary, called YMEL in the Western Sahara, and its resistance to the desert conditions, have made this animal the perfect companion for the Bedouins of the Sahara, who obtain meat, milk and skins from it. Since ancient times the nomads have used camel skin to make equipment and utensils they use in their daily lives. After several hours to allow the animals to drink, the begin preparations to lead the herds to the pastures in the south, along the Mauritanian border. Ahead of them lies a tough, demanding march, and the recently-born young have to be transported on the camels’ backs, along with the luggage. It is over 150 km to the next well and the pasture left by the recent rain clouds. After a long discussion, Habeyabi and Sidibrahim have now agreed on the amount of the dowry, which must be high, as befits two families of their rank. In reality, this marriage was agreed many years ago, when their respective children were still very young. This union is in the interest of both families, which boast very ancient, important lineages. In this way, they create ties which will be invaluable in cases of extreme necessity. The marriage is held at the well of MIYEC, in the middle of the desert, as required by tradition. Sidibrahim and Caloha have to inform all their friends and relatives. Some lead a nomadic life in Mauritania, but the majority live in the camps of TINDUF. The tenacious work of the men and women who live here has provided these camps with better services. Nonetheless, everything here is fragile, precarious. The mud house they spend so much time and effort building on any piece of flat land are more comfortable and provide greater protection than the tents donated by the United Nations. But when the torrential rain pours down, they crumble like sandcastles. And so, like Penelope at her loom, they have to constantly work on restoration and maintenance. Even in such extreme conditions, life goes on. Relatives and guests start arriving at Hakim’s house for the baptism of his eldest son. Today is an important day. The women enter the small room where the mother, who gave birth seven days ago, is lying with her son. Following Saharawi tradition, the name of the child is chosen by the luck of the sticks. Each date tree branch has the name of a male of the family or friends. The mother-in-law puts them into goat’s or camel’s milk, and the mother chooses one. This process is repeated three times, and the name assigned to the stick chosen will from then on be the name of the newborn child. A baptism is always an occasion for celebration and rejoicing. Hakim has good reason to be happy. A male child will carry on his name and that of his family. And naturally, there must be food in abundance, for all the relatives and friends who want to join the celebration. On this day, no expense will be spared. ▶ SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/PlanetDoc Full Documentaries every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday! ▶FULL DOCUMENTARIES | http://planetdoc.tv/playlist-full-documentaries ▶ TRIBES | http://planetdoc.tv/playlist-tribes-documentaries ▶FACEBOOK | http://bit.ly/FBPDoc ▶TWITTER | http://bit.ly/TwPDoc ▶TUMBLR | http://bit.ly/TbPlDoc
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Why Does Morocco Want To Boycott Sweden?
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Why Does Morocco Want To Boycott Sweden?

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Why Do Algeria And Morocco Hate Each Other? http://testu.be/1Io9rjD What Americans Get Wrong About Sweden http://bit.ly/21guJZh Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml In a seemingly unprecedented move, Morocco threatened to boycott Swedish goods. So why are the nations suddenly butting heads? Learn More: Ikea may have stumbled into one of North Africa's most intractable land disputes https://www.washingtonpost.com/pb/news/worldviews/wp/2015/09/29/ikea-may-have-stumbled-into-one-of-north-africas-most-intractable-land-disputes/?resType=accessibility&nid=menu_nav_accessibilityforscreenreader "... according to Le 360, a news Web site perceived as close to the Moroccan royal court, the real reason for the closing may be geopolitical: Ikea, a company founded in Sweden and deeply associated with the country, is being punished over Swedish support for the Western Saharan independence movement." Western Sahara profile http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-14115273 "A mainly desert territory in north-west Africa, Western Sahara is the subject of a decades-long dispute between Morocco and the Algerian-backed Polisario Front." Fighting Is Long Over, but Western Sahara Still Lacks Peace http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/23/world/fighting-is-long-over-but-western-sahara-still-lacks-peace.html "Today, as change and conflict encroach from the wider region, the people here are once again agitating for a solution, warning of the resumption of war, as patience runs out." Music Track Courtesy of APM Music: "Cyphers" Subscribe to TestTube News! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml _________________________ TestTube News is committed to answering the smart, inquisitive questions we have about life, society, politics and anything else happening in the news. It's a place where curiosity rules and together we'll get a clearer understanding of this crazy world we live in. Watch more TestTube: http://testtube.com/testtubenews TestTube now has a newsletter! Get a weekly round-up of our most popular videos across all the shows we make here at TestTube. For more info and to sign-up, click here. http://testtube.com/fwd Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=testtubenetwork TestTube on Twitter https://twitter.com/TestTube Trace Dominguez on Twitter https://twitter.com/TraceDominguez TestTube on Facebook https://facebook.com/testtubenetwork TestTube on Google+ http://gplus.to/TestTube Download the New TestTube iOS app! http://testu.be/1ndmmMq
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Western Sahara Cities - http://www.sahara-villes.com
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Western Sahara Cities - http://www.sahara-villes.com

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Dear Sahraouis retained in tindouf camps, look at the city your left 32 years before, look how it has been developed since 1975, the year of decolonization of Western Sahara
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