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19 Aug 2005

Autor*in:
Sam Bond, Edie News

Chevron stands accused - did the oil giant pay troops who killed Nigerian villagers?

American oil giant Chevron has found itself embroiled in an ugly legal battle as Nigerians saying the company was behind military attacks on their villages take their claim to the courts. Chevron has vehemently denied the villagers' claims and argues the facts have been grossly distorted.

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