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Security agents are ironically the greatest violators of human rights

Following an alleged anti-judicial killing in Lagos of a young man by

The United Nations (UN) held the 10th session of the Forum on Minority Issues (FMI) on 30 November and 1 December 2017. This conference welcomed organisations from

Shell in eye of the

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• Documents show alleged complicity in military’s 90s killings
• Company denies involvement, reiterates support for human rights
• Nigeria, UK, Netherlands may launch

The massive degradation of the environment in Ogoniland, arising from oil exploration activities, gained heightened attention of the Nigerian government and awareness of the

New research from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, has demonstrated for the first time how oil spills are increasing mortality rates among newborns

During the last visit to Ilaje in Ondo State as part of the Niger Delta Town Hall meetings, the Vice President told pressmen at

The Niger Delta, Nigeria’s very own heavily populated Chernobyl, felicitates with the people of the North-East, Nigeria’s very own Baghdad. Maybe

“I was with [Kenule] Saro-wiwa in 1992, 1993 when this manifold was shut, following some environmental threats,” Christian Lekova Kpandei, tells TheCable as he struggles to

Being tesxt of EMAIL SENT TO SHELL LEGAL DIRECTOR, DONNY CHING: FROM JOHN DONOVAN

You laid it on thick about Shell ethics

“Those who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety”. These are the words of Benjamin

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