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26 July 2001

Shell, MOSOP Break Truce [Nigeria]

Author: P.M. News [Lagos, Nigeria]

The peace agreement reached between the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP) and Shell Petroleum Development Company at the Port Harcourt sitting of Oputa Panel has broken down as representatives of Ogoni are now accusing SPDC [Shell] of...

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25 July 2001

How Saro Wiwa Was Killed: Family Demands N10b Compensation

Author: Godwin Tsa, Post Express [Nigeria]

Wants Abubakar, Akhigbe, Others Summoned [article refers to Shell]

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25 July 2001

Shell at Oputa panel, seeks peace with Ogoni [Nigeria]

Author: Emmanuel Onwubiko, Guardian [Lagos, Nigeria]

Embattled Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) yesterday at the Human Rights Violation Commission sitting in Abuja made a spirited attempt to reconcile with the Ogoni who have been locked in a long-drawn feud with the oil multinational....A major...

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25 July 2001

Shell Begs to Return to Ogoniland

Author: Ahamefula Ogbu and Lillian Okenwa, This Day [Nigeria]

Managing Director of Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Mr. Ron M. Van den Berg, dragged before the Justice Chukwudifu Oputa Human Rights Commission by the Movement for the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP) yesterday told the panel that his...

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25 July 2001

South African Oil Firm Says "No Plans for Sudan"

Author: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

The South African oil parastatal Soekor has issued a statement saying that, contrary to reports in some leading South African newspapers, the company is not about to enter into any agreement with the Sudanese government that would allow it to conduct...

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24 July 2001

LAGOS: Hanged writer's son demands compensation

Author: Reuters

The son of Nigerian writer Ken Saro Wiwa, who was hanged with eight others by a Nigerian military government, has demanded a state pardon for his father and millions in compensation, state television reported [Nigeria]. The nine activists were hanged...

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24 July 2001

Shell Forced to Confront Its Past in Nigeria

Author: Movement For The Survival Of The Ogoni People [MOSOP]

Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell will today be forced to confront its past associations with the Nigerian military regime of General Sani Abacha as it is called for cross examination by MOSOP counsel appearing before a panel in Abuja investigating human...

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24 July 2001

Soekor's Sudanese excursion upsets SA bishops

Author: Integrated Regional Information Networks [IRIN], in ZA Now/Daily Mail & Guardian [South Africa]

The Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference (SACBC) on Friday said it was "gravely concerned" that Soekor, South Africa's oil parastatal, is in the advanced stages of negotiating expansion activities in Sudan. "Oil is key to the war in Sudan....

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24 July 2001

[Shell statement to Human Rights Violations Investigation Commission, Nigeria]

Author: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited

A statement/submission presented by Mr. Ron M. Van Den Berg Managing Director, The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC), To The Human Rights Violations Investigation Commission [Nigeria]

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23 July 2001

SMALL ARMS: Despite US Resistance, States Agree On Pact

Author: UN Wire

Officials from more than 140 countries reached agreement Saturday morning on the world's first voluntary pact to limit the illicit small arms trade, salvaging what had seemed to be a deadlock between the United States and other countries at the two...

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