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French Cement Company Lafarge Awaits Ruling on Role in Syria ‘Crimes Against Humanity’


France’s highest court will on Tuesday rule on whether cement giant Lafarge should remain charged with complicity in crimes against humanity over alleged payments made to Islamist militants in Syria at the height of the country’s civil war. The French company is suspected of paying nearly 13 million euros ($15.3 million) to Islamic State (IS) and other militant groups in 2013 and 2014 to keep its cement factory in northern Syria running, long after other French firms had pulled out of the war-torn country. It is also accused of buying petrol from IS through middlemen, violating an EU embargo on…

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