Dutch court rejects Nigerian farmers' claims against Shell
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Dutch court rejects Nigerian farmers' claims against Shell

Lagos : Nigeria | Jan 30, 2013 at 2:41 AM PST
Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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A group of Nigerian farmers accused Royal Dutch Shell of poisoning their fish ponds and farmland with leaking pipelines. (Sunday Alamba/Associated Press) Related Dutch judges have rejected most of a landmark case brought by Nigerian farmers against Royal Dutch Shell for poisoning their fish ponds... FULL ARTICLE AT Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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