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U.S. Supreme Court takes up Nestle, Cargill appeals over human rights claims
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether American corporations can be sued for alleged human rights abuses occurring abroad under a 1789 law, agreeing on Thursday to hear appeals by two companies - Cargill Inc and a Nestle SA subsidiary - accused of knowingly helping perpetuate slavery at Ivory Coast cocoa farms. The two companies are asking the nine justices to reverse a lower court ruling that allowed the lawsuit, filed on behalf of former child slaves from Mali who worked on the farms, agai
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20 years later, Abu Ghraib detainees get their day in US court
Abu Ghraib survivors bring their torture claims to a US court | AP News
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Overdoses, bedsores, broken bones: What happened when a private-equity firm sought to care for society’s most vulnerable
A rise in health-code violations at the second-largest nursing home chain in the United States began after the Carlyle Group orchestrated a deal that extracted $1.3 billion for investors but left the firm with untenable financial obligations, according to interviews and financial documents.
Vietnam sentences real estate tycoon to death in $12.5 billion fraud case Kate Middleton, Kanye West, People, Country, Vietnam, Richest In The World, Cbs News, Celebrity News, The Daily Beast
Vietnam sentences real estate tycoon to death in $12.5 billion fraud case
Vietnam sentences real estate tycoon to death in $12.5 billion fraud case
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‘Otoniel’ is no mere kingpin. He’s a creature of bad US-Colombia policy.
‘Otoniel’ is no mere kingpin. He’s a creature of bad US-Colombia policy.
Medicare Recipients Lose Thousands to 'Phantom Billing' Gop, Social Trends, House Shifting, Second Choice, Oligarchy, Billings, Medicare, Social Policy
Medicare recipients lose thousands to "phantom billing"
Medicare Recipients Lose Thousands to 'Phantom Billing'
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A pharmaceutical company linked to Los Chapitos signed million-dollar contracts with the Sinaloa and federal governments
A pharmaceutical company linked to Los Chapitos signed million-dollar contracts with the Sinaloa and federal governments | International | EL PAÍS English
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Indigenous group takes on Colombian government in court
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From Munich to Moscow
From Munich to Moscow
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Nikola founder Trevor Milton stands trial on fraud charges, capping a stunning rise and fall
Nikola founder Trevor Milton stands trial on fraud charges
Ex-Genentech staffers plead guilty to trade secrets theft as DOJ targets biotech partners for $101M Sanofi deal | Fierce Pharma
Ex-Genentech staffers plead guilty to trade secrets theft as DOJ targets biotech partners for $101M Sanofi deal
Ex-Genentech staffers plead guilty to trade secrets theft as DOJ targets biotech partners for $101M Sanofi deal | Fierce Pharma
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Novartis faces Greek bribery lawsuit as government prepares to seek compensation
Novartis faces Greek bribery lawsuit as government prepares to seek compensation | Fierce Pharma
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Swiss Bank Admits to Laundering $36 Million in Bribes to Soccer Officials
Swiss Bank Admits to Laundering $36 Million in Bribes to Soccer Officials
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US weighs oil for aid bargain with Russia in northeast Syria
US weighs oil for aid bargain with Russia in northeast Syria