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2 Mai 2009

Rick Steelhammer, Charleston Gazette [USA]

Bhopal residents bring MIC [methyl isocyanate] warnings [India / USA]

When [Sarita Malviya's] family moved to Bhopal years after the world's worst industrial disaster, "we had no idea that Union Carbide left toxic waste in three ponds," she said...Now, all my family has medical problems," ...Two years ago at the age of 14, she became a founding member of Children Against Dow/Carbide...Malviya was one of three Bhopal area residents who spoke during Friday's meeting, sponsored by People Concerned About MIC. Their appearance is part of a 25-city tour of the United States...[refers to Bayer, Dow Chemical]