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Sanctions

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Article
24 October 2001
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Auteur: UN Wire

The Liberian Corporate & Maritime Shipping Registry, based in Tysons Corner, Va. [Virginia], helped fund weapons purchases by Liberian President Charles Taylor in violation of a U.N. embargo, according to the U.N. sanctions committee on Liberia,...

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Article
23 October 2001
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Auteur: editorial, The Perspective [Atlanta, Georgia]

The...Secretary General also argues in his most recent report to the Security Council that by imposing additional sanctions on the existing sanctions regime, especially on timber, rubber, and the maritime industry, would create a serious social crisis...

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23 October 2001
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Article
18 October 2001
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Auteur: Global Witness

The latest and possibly most damning report to date by the United Nations Monitoring Mechanism of Sanctions against Unita has reported that it is business as usual in the diamond trading capitals of the world when it comes to the trade in conflict and...

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Article
16 October 2001
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Auteur: UN Wire

A U.N. panel monitoring Security Council sanctions against Angola's UNITA rebels yesterday issued a report claiming that $1 million worth of diamonds are smuggled out of the war-torn country every day, with the rebel group responsible for a quarter to...

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Article
26 September 2001
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Auteur: Reuters

Talisman Energy Inc. shares extended their slide on Wednesday despite the U.S. Congress's move to drop legislation that would have prevented the big Canadian oil producer and any other firm operating in Sudan from being listed on U.S. stock exchanges.

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Article
25 September 2001
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Auteur: Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post [Canada]

A move by the U.S. Congress to halt legislation aimed at punishing such companies as Talisman Energy Inc. for operating in the Sudan takes the heat off the Canadian oil and gas producer to sell its interest at a distress price, observers said. The U.S....

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22 September 2001
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Auteur: Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post [Canada]

Rumour it will dump operations is 'all over the Street' - Talisman Energy Inc.'s stock jumped yesterday on rumours it is on the verge of selling its controversial interests in Sudan -- the ownership of which have led to threats of potential sanctions...

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Article
13 September 2001
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Auteur: James Stevenson, The Canadian Press

Shares of Talisman Energy Inc. spiralled on the Canadian stock market Thursday over fears the oil and gas giant will be punished for its operations in Sudan, an east African country with a history of sheltering terrorists. Talisman stock fell nearly...

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Article
6 September 2001
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Auteur: Global Witness

According to a report released today [by Global Witness], the Government of Liberia continues to import armaments and to support the rebels of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF), responsible for gross human rights abuses in Sierra Leone. This support...

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