OCP Group Contests South African Court's Decision to Submit 'NM Cherry Blossom' Ship Seizure Case for Judgement on Substance

The OCP group contests the decision by a south African court to submit the case of the seized "NM Cherry Blossom" Ship for a judgement on substance, noting that this decision totally runs counter t

South African Court's Decision to Submit Moroccan Phosphate Ship Seizure Case for Judgement on Substance 'Runs Counter International Law', Govt. Spokesperson

The decision by a south African court to submit the case of the seizure of a ship carrying Moroccan phosphate cargo for a judgement on substance "runs counter international law", said, on Thursday

South African court ruled that the cargo of moroccan phosphates seized in Port Elizabeth is rightfully detained

The high court in Port Elizabeth, South Africa has pronounced today its verdict regarding the Moroccan phosphate cargo that was detained on the 1st of May in the African country.

Panama court dismisses the Polisario phosphate claim

A Panama court has rejected a claim issued by the Polisario Front to block a Danish vessel that was carrying OCP phosphate rocks stating that the there was no evidence the cargo belonged to the gro

Polisario Suffers Resounding Defeat in Panama

The Algerian-sponsored Polisario separatists suffered a severe setback when Panamanian authorities refused to hold a vessel carrying Phosphates from the Moroccan southern provinces heading to Vanco

Moroccan Phosphates: Why South Africa’s Move Violates International Law

A South African court has issued an order on Wednesday to hold a vessel carrying 50,000 tons of Moroccan phosphates. The court justified its decision by citing a complaint from the P

Detained Phosphate Ship: Morocco in ‘Legal Situation’, Says Govt.

Amidst an uproar over South Africa’s detention of a Moroccan shipment of 50,000 to

Pretoria, Polisario’s Ally, Seizes New Zealand-Bound Vessel Carrying Moroccan Phosphate

South African authorities have seized in Port Elizabeth a New Zealand-bound vessel carrying 50 tons of Moroccan phosphate coming from the southern port of Laâyoune, reports say.

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