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19 February 2019
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Author: Global Witness

"La société pétrolière SOCO se défait d’un actif en République du Congo dans des circonstances douteuses", 15 février 2019...

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18 February 2019

Rep. of Congo: The deal between Soco and another oil company breaches Congolese law and makes no commercial sense, says Global Witness; the company rejects the allegations

Author: Global Witness

"London-listed oil company SOCO dumps Republic of Congo asset under highly questionable circumstances", 15 February 2019...

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5 February 2019
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Author: Global Witness

"Les droits pétroliers dans le parc national de la Salonga seraient nuls et non avenus, révèle une analyse de Global Witness", 1 février 2019...

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4 February 2019

DRC: NGO calls on new administration to review oil contract threatening Africa's largest rainforest, Salonga National Park

Author: Global Witness

"Oil rights in Salonga National Park could be null and void, Global Witness analysis reveals", 1 février 2019...

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25 November 2018
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Author: Fundeps

“Actividad empresarial y derechos de las mujeres en la agenda de Naciones Unidas” – 14 de noviembre de 2018...

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3 October 2018
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Author: Olivier Kaforo, Le Potentiel (Rép. dém. du Congo)

"La Société civile réitère son refus à l’exploitation pétrolière dans les Virunga et la Salonga", 27 septembre 2018...

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13 September 2018

So. Africa: Locals say mining in coal-rich Limpopo could threaten their livelihoods & pollute environment

Author: Llewellyn Leonard (University of South Africa)in The Conversation (So. Africa)

"Why there’s resistance to coal mining at a world heritage site in South Africa"...

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11 June 2018
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Author: RFI

"Kenya: manifestation contre la centrale à charbon de Lamu", 6 juin 2018...

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15 May 2018

Kenya: Court declares construction of Lamu port violates indigenous community's right to information, healthy environment & culture, orders compensation

The High Court of Kenya  has declared that the construction of the Lamu port failed basic constitutional and legal requirements, including violations of legal procedure on public participation, the right to information, the right to a clean and healthy...

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3 May 2018

World Press Freedom day: United Nations & news companies join forces to promote high-quality journalism

Author: Brian Stelter, CNN (US)

'Read more, listen more:' Newsrooms unite for World Press Freedom Day' 3 May 2018...

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