War crimes in Syria fueled by Danish company

How much jet fuel does it take to win a war? There is probably no precise answer to that, but it looks like a Danish bunkering* company has enabled the provision of a pivotal amount of it to the regime in Syria.So far, the Danish company DanBunkering, a subsidiary, and a CEO have been indicted …

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Bad business: Holding corporations accountable for international crimes

In the northern town of Jalabiya, Syria, lies the ruins of a cement plant. The factory was a subsidiary of French/Swiss company Lafarge SA (now LafargeHolcim), one of the biggest producers of building material in the world. It took Lafarge almost three years to build the plant in Syria, at an approximate cost of 680 …

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