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France

AZF: Who to blame? Who to compensate?

Video by Christopher BOCKMAN

Latest update : 2009-02-23

French oil giant Total has already spent 2 billion euros to compensate those injured in the deadly 2001 AZF industrial disaster in the city of Toulouse, but some plaintiffs say they have been overlooked.

See also "Painful memories bring AZF victims together"
See also "Rue Bernadette: Symbol of the destruction"
See also "8 long years: The AZF trial finally begins"

Date created : 2009-02-23

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