Saharawis marching against Kosmos Energy in occupied Sahara


Saharawis demonstrated 26 February against Kosmos Energy's oil plans in occupied Western Sahara. Find high resolution images here.
Published: 29.03 - 2014 14:27Printer version    
US oil company Kosmos Energy is planning to drill for oil in occupied Western Sahara on behalf of the Moroccan government. The people of the territory are highly against it. According to the UN any further oil exploration and oil exploitation are under such conditions in violation of international law.

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