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1 July 1996
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Auteur: EarthRights International and Southeast Asian Information Network

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9 October 1998
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Auteur: Robin Huiras, The Minnesota Daily [University of Minnesota]

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18 October 2001

Elf est poursuivie pour son soutien au président congolais Sassou Nguesso [Republic of Congo]

Auteur: Le Monde

Une plainte a été déposée à Bruxelles pour complicité de crimes - La société TotalFinaElf est citée au côté de l'ancien président du Congo-Brazzaville Denis Sassou Nguesso dans une plainte pour "crimes contre l'humanité" commis pendant la guerre...

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19 October 2001
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Auteur: Reuters

Genetically modified crops are expanding worldwide, with total area expected to reach 50 million hectares by year-end amid controversy over its effect on health and the environment, an independent biotech agency said yesterday.

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29 October 2001
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Auteur: editorial, San Francisco Chronicle

The corrupt PRI labor machine still wields near-total control over millions of workers. In situations such as the Duro Bag factory in Tamaulipas state, which produces gift bags for Neiman Marcus and Hallmark, the machine has illegally crushed an...

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1 December 2001
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Auteur: Russell Mokhiber, Multinational Monitor

The European Commission in November fined eight companies [including Hoffmann-La Roche & BASF] a total of $755.1 million for participating in eight distinct secret market-sharing and price-fixing cartels affecting vitamin products..."It is...

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13 December 2001
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Auteur: Global Witness

Reuters in Luanda reported yesterday that US$1.5 billion in oil revenues, over one-third of Angola's US$3-5 billion in total income - went missing last year...The IMF uncovered the missing billions in its Oil Diagnostic Programme, which is comparing...

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6 March 2002
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Auteur: UN Wire

...Human Rights Watch called on the council to push the Angolan government to disclose data about its $3.18 billion in oil revenue, which it says could improve governance and the human rights situation.

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