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High-Profile Trial for France’s Lafarge Over Working With Daesh in Syria


French cement giant Lafarge has lost their final appeal and will undergo a high-profile trial in a precedent-setting case which could force Western corporations to stop turning a blind eye to terrorism. Lafarge will be tried for complicity in crimes against humanity in Syria. They are accused of working with Daesh terrorist group for years in Northern Syria, with the concrete produced in their factory used in battlefield infrastructure which terrorists needed to keep the unrest going. They will be tried for financing terrorism – for allegedly paying 13 million euros to terrorist groups from 2010 to 2014, supposedly to…

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