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20 August 2002
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Autor: South African Press Association

The trial of ESS Chemicals factory owner Suleman "Solly" Lachporia and his manager was on Tuesday postponed to November in the Lenasia regional court. They face a main charge of culpable homicide relating to the death of 11 employees including the...

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20 August 2002
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Autor: Associated Press

Courts have issued mixed rulings about the legality of such rules.

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Artigo
19 August 2002
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Autor: UN Wire

the Times [New York Times] reported that companies are likely to face huge costs from climate change and could be sued by governments, investors and others if they fail to protect themselves against warming-related risks...Companies such as DuPont, BP...

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19 August 2002
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Autor: Tom Avril, Philadelphia Inquirer

Families of the deceased or injured must show that they are eligible for compensation....If his children can show he got sick from his job, a new federal program will pay them $150,000.

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16 August 2002
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Autor: Laurie Kellman, Associated Press

The suit was filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., on behalf of some 600 families. It seeks "an amount in excess of $100 trillion" and charges the defendants with racketeering, wrongful death, negligence and conspiracy...The...

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História
16 August 2002
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Artigo
16 August 2002
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Autor: Madelaine Jerousek, Des Moines Register

Marriott International will pay $115,000 and apologize for canceling the Des Moines convention reservation of an Arab-American group immediately after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

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16 August 2002
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16 August 2002
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Autor: Julian Borger, Guardian [UK]

...Three Saudi princes were among more than 70 defendants, which included several Saudi banks and Islamic institutions, as well as the Sudanese government and the Saudi Bin Laden Group, a construction firm run by Osama Bin Laden's family

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Artigo
16 August 2002
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