Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Western Sahara fish oil finds its way to Norway

I'll hand it to those Norwegians--they know their Western Sahara. The latest Norway-Morocco fight is about Omega 3 fish oil, which is illegally finding its way from plundered Sahrawi fisheries to health-conscious Norwegians. Plus, it's written by classy guy Erik Hagen.

The article further underlines the region's potential wealth. If Morocco would invest some of the money it gets from the region in infrastructure, it wouldn't be able to make a case against Western Sahara's economic viability.

Busy week, but I'll give you a hint: there's some Jacob Mundy. Until then, why not check out People-Mover, the blog for Houston and the people who love it? It's written by Alex, who got a shout-out before on One Hump but squandered it.

As long as I have a big picture of Omega 3 fish oil to reach to the end of, I'm also writing for Vox Populi, the blog end of the newspaper I write here at Georgetown. This post was dynamite.

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