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Anvil Mining was acquired by China Minmetals in Feb 2012.  Trafigura Beheer had previously been a major shareholder of Anvil Mining.

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5 October 2017

Criminal law is important to hold companies accountable for human rights abuse & get redress for victims, says lawyer

Author: Corporate Crime Reporter (USA)

"Ian Binnie on the Corporate Crimes Principles and Bridging the Impunity Gap", 4 Oct 2017...

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7 September 2017

Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin: Lawsuits by companies seek to silence accountability advocates

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29 August 2017
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Author: Christelle Belporo, Université de Montréal, dans Agence Science Presse Blog

« Les multinationales au banc des accusés », 11 août 2017...

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7 August 2017

Anneke Van Woudenberg (RAID) on Anvil Mining in the DR Congo

Author: Anneke Van Woudenberg, Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID), & Salil Tripathi, Institute for Human Rights & Business (IHRB)

...In this interview, IHRB's Salil Tripathi speaks to Anneke Van Woudenberg, RAID's executive director, about the incident, the campaign to get justice, the search for remedy, and the implications of the verdict for the accountability of corporations....

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7 August 2017

Australian mining company in prosecution spotlight for role in Congo massacre

Author: Keren Adams, Human Rights Law Centre (AUS)

The African Commission on Human and People's Rights has urged the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo to re-open the criminal investigation into the role an Australian company, Anvil Mining, played in a massacre of 70 people in 2004......

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7 August 2017
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Author: Radio Okapi (DRC)

Le Gouvernement de la République démocratique du Congo est responsable du massacre de plus de 70 personnes à Kilwa(Haut-Katnga), dans le sud-est du pays en 2004, affirme ce vendredi 4 août dans un rapport, la Commission africaine des droits de l'homme...

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7 August 2017
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4 August 2017

Dem. Rep. of Congo: African Commission issues landmark decision on 2004 Kilwa massacre - rebukes Anvil Mining for role in abuses by army

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4 August 2017

NGOs coalition welcomes African Commission's landmark USD2.5 million award to DR Congo massacre victims

Author: Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID), Action Contre l'Inpunite pour les Droits de l'homme (ACIDH), Institute for Human Rights & Development in Africa (IHRDA)

The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights has found the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo responsible for the 2004 massacre of over 70 people in Kilwa, in the southeast of the country, and granted landmark compensation of US $2...

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4 August 2017

Q&A The Kilwa massacre & the landmark decision of the African Commission of Human & Peoples Rights

Author: Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID)

Questions (Answers can be found below)...

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