No Justice Anywhere: Supreme Court shuns survivors of Congo massacre linked to Canadian mining firm (Dominon)

Dominion Article by Arij Riahi on a failed court effort to hold Montreal-based Anvil Mining, (listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange) accountable for human rights violations in the village of Kilwa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
 

[From the article:] “Anvil Mining later admitted to assisting the Congolese Military during their deadly operation in Kilwa. The company confirmed to the UN Mission that it provided transportation for the soldiers and supplied them with food rations. In an interview with an Australian television channel in June 2005, Anvil’s Managing Director Bill Turner admitted the company also helped the military get to Kilwa.” Read the full article by Arij Riahi in the Dominion: link to article.

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