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Painful memories bring AZF victims together

Latest update : 2009-02-23

A scientific center dedicated to cancer research is being built at the site of the deadly 2001 AZF chemical fertilizer plant. But some victims of the disaster will never be able to erase the frightening memories.

See also "Rue Bernadette: Symbol of the destruction"
See also "8 long years: The AZF trial finally begins"
See also "Who to blame? Who to compensate?"

Date created : 2009-02-23

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