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Shoot: West African Fishery Discard

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Images of the fishing vessel Adrar discarding an estimated 60 tonnes of sardines outside Dahkla, Western Sahara. According to the watchdog NGO Western Sahara Resource Watch, a total of 1000 tonnes of fish is said to have been discarded by Adrar alone during 2013. A Greenpeace report launched in December 2013 and titled "Exporting Exploitation: How retired EU fishing vessels are devastating West African fish stocks and undermining the rights of local people", shows how both EU fishing and Norwegian vessels are being exported to fish in the controversial waters of the territory of Western Sahara, occupied by Morocco. This shoot includes an image of another fishing trawler, the Meya, in the port of Dahkla in 2012, and another general shot of the same port in 2011.
West African Fishery Discard
7 Jul, 2013
West African Fishery Discard
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West African Fishery Discard
7 Jul, 2013
West African Fishery Discard
Restrictions apply
West African Fishery Discard
7 Jul, 2013
West African Fishery Discard
Restrictions apply
West African Fishery Discard
7 Jul, 2013
West African Fishery Discard
Restrictions apply
West African Fishery Discard
7 Jul, 2013
West African Fishery Discard
Restrictions apply
Fishing Vessel Meya in Dahkla
28 Apr, 2012
Fishing Vessel Meya in Dahkla
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The Port of Dahkla in Western Sahara
9 Feb, 2011
The Port of Dahkla in Western Sahara
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