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25 Mär 2002

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Reuters

Talisman questions memo on Sudan ethnic cleansing

Talisman Energy Inc. said on Monday it does not know the origin of a memo that human rights groups say shows the Canadian oil producer asked Sudan's army in 1999 to remove villages near its oil facilities in the war-torn African country...Human rights groups have filed the document as evidence in U.S. federal court in a lawsuit alleging Talisman has conspired with the Sudanese government in ethnic cleansing that killed or removed non-Muslim civilians living in proximity to Sudan's oil production regions.

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Talisman lawsuit (re Sudan)

Lawsuit against Talisman Energy: Talisman says it does not know origin of memo that human rights groups say shows the company asked Sudan's army in 1999 to remove villages near its oil facilities