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29 Sep 2005

Autor:
James Madden, The Australian

Aussie mining firm's 'conflicting stories' on Congo bloodshed

The document, prepared by the UN peacekeeping mission in the Congo and obtained by The Australian, suggests that Anvil representatives provided contradictory statements about their role in the October 2004 uprising, which left more than 100 people dead...Last night, an Anvil spokeswoman said there was nothing in the UN report that suggested the company had acted improperly.

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