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10 May 2002

Thailand "postpones" coal-fired plants

Author: Reuters

Thailand decided yesterday to "indefinitely postpone" construction of two controversial Japanese-funded coal-fired power plants, government sources said, a move that will thrill environmentalists but worry investors.

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10 May 2002

Historic Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues breaks new ground for world's indigenous peoples

Author: United Nations

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10 May 2002

Union wants smoking banned in London pubs and restaurants [UK]

Author: This is Ealing [UK]

Paul Kenny [London Regional Secretary of GMB union] said that the union's members were falling ill due to second-hand smoke.

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10 May 2002

UK company accused of offering to sell landmines

Author: Alexander Nicoll, Financial Times

Downing Street expressed concern on Friday about allegations that a subsidiary of Chemring, a UK defence manufacturer, had offered to sell landmines outlawed under British law and the 1997 Ottawa convention.

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10 May 2002

Premier Oil: UK company bad in Burma, putrid in Pakistan

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10 May 2002

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: U.N. Forum Meets For First Time

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10 May 2002

British firm accused of still making landmines

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9 May 2002

Alleged labour abuses at factories supplying Gap

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9 May 2002

USA: Lawsuits about unpaid overtime (refers to Starbucks, Wal-Mart, Tyson Foods, Rite Aid, Bank of America, Pacific Bell, Farmers Insurance)

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9 May 2002

Occidental Pipeline in Colombia Strikes It Rich in Washington

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