Western Sahara is a disputed territory, and as such it has no country code top-level domain (ccTLD). .eh is reserved for this purpose, and will be assigned if the Western Sahara conflict results in an agreement between Morocco and armies in the territory. IANA has not designated a ccTLD manager for the .eh domain.
On August 1, 2007, an international consortium made a bid to IANA to administer the .eh domain on behalf of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Morocco, which controls most of Western Sahara, has made competing claims to the domain.
On October 16, 2007, ICANN decided not to delegate .eh at all, with the explanation that:
The two applicants remain armed belligerents; no such agreement has been reached and the domain remains inactive.
On April 1, 2013 the Canadian Internet Registration Authority announced it would be releasing .eh domain names to consumers as part of an April Fools' Day joke, the TLD being a play on the stereotypical Canadian interjection "eh".