- Israel & Palestine: Veolia Transportation says it has stopped operating Modi'in bus network that serves Israeli settlements in West Bank, Who Profits, Aug 2013
- Can air cargo carriers be forced to choose between arms and aid?, Reuters, 21 Apr 2010
- SOMO report alleging that ten largest car manufacturers do not assess use of conflict minerals and company responsesFeb 2010
- Alstom, Veolia in legal muddle
Abbas Al Lawati, Gulf News, 25 Dec 2009
- Car maker calls for release of Aung San Suu Kyi
Relax News, Independent (UK), 5 Dec 2009
- Secrets of CIA 'ghost flights' to be revealed
Observer (UK), 26 Jul 2009
- Government Condemns British Aviation Company for Fueling Congo’s War
Rights & Accountability in Development (RAID), 21 Jul 2008
- PLO disputes Jerusalem rail plan
Rory McCarthy & Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian (UK), 26 Oct 2007
- Indian helicopters for Myanmar: making a mockery of the EU arms embargo?
Amnesty International, Saferworld, 16 Jul 2007
- Ethiopian Airlines - The Purse of Ethiopia's Dictatorship [and company response]
Mathaba.Net, 20 Jun 2007
- British-based airline fuelled Congo terror
Jon Swain and Brian Johnson-Thomas, Sunday Times (UK), 3 Jul 2005
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