Fish are seen aboard a trawler in the north sea, northern England February 28, 2013. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez/File Photo
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An EU fisheries deal with Morocco remains valid as long as it does not involve the disputed region of Western Sahara, the bloc's top court ruled Tuesday, avoiding a clash between Brussels and Rabat.Rabat considers Western Sahara an integral part of Morocco and proposes autonomy for the resource-rich territory, but the Polisario Front insists on a U.N. referendum on independence.The Polisario Front said earlier this month it is ready for direct negotiations with Morocco on the future of the disputed territory.
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