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Colombia - A Laboratory of War: Repression and Violence in Arauca

Occidental Petroleum, Ecopetrol and Repsol-YPF, which own and manage Arauca's Caño Limón oil field, have reportedly provided funding for the XVIII Brigade through the Cravo Norte Association's security agreements with the military...This support reinforces the responsibility these companies have to ensure that human rights violations are not committed by state agents or their proxies operating to defend their companies' economic and strategic interests in Arauca.

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Occidental lawsuit (re Colombia)

Repsol YPF responde a Amnistía que no tiene "actividades directas" en el oleoducto de Arauca, Colombia