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Article
18 October 2006
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Auteur: Anvil Mining

It should be noted that one of the named employees was not in the DRC at the time of the incident, nor in contact with anyone in the DRC at that time. The allegations made with respect to the three Anvil employees appear to be that they voluntarily...

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Article
15 October 2006
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Auteur: Rights & Accountability in Development

In an unprecedented move, a Congolese military judge has recommended the prosecution of three former Anvil Mining employees for complicity in war crimes and of Colonel Ademar Ilunga and eight of his subordinates for breaches of the Geneva Convention...

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Article
1 August 2006
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Auteur: Intl. Commission of Jurists

This is the 2nd Update on the ICJ Complicity Project. The project was launched at the start of 2006 and involves the establishment of an Expert Legal Panel on Corporate Complicity in International Crimes comprised of eight eminent lawyers tasked with...

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Article
7 July 2006
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Auteur: John Hilary, Campaigns Director, War on Want, on Guardian website

If you as an individual help someone to commit a crime, you're liable to prosecution for aiding and abetting...If you're a company, however, and your activities or products assist in the commission of even the most serious crimes, you're more than...

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Article
6 July 2006
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Auteur: War on Want

Israel’s actions have been identified as war crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, as well as being in contravention of the Fourth Geneva Convention. Yet the UK has done nothing to bring Israel to account for its actions,...

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1 July 2006
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Article
1 July 2006
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Auteur: War on Want

[refers to Tesco, Sainsbury, Waitrose (part of John Lewis partnership), Connex (part of Veolia Environnement), Caterpillar, Volvo, Daewoo, Agrexco (and its brand name Carmel)]

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Article
7 June 2006

Condamnée, la SNCF fait appel [France]

Auteur: Nouvel Observateur [France]

La SNCF fait appel de sa condamnation, par le tribunal administratif de Toulouse, pour complicité de crime contre l'humanité en raison de son rôle dans la déportation de juifs pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale...Mardi 6 juin, le tribunal administratif...

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Histoire
7 June 2006
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1 June 2006
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