Nigerian widows sue Shell for complicity in activist deaths

Politics The Washington Times

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The widows of four Nigerian activists have opened a civil court case against oil company Shell, alleging it was complicit in the deaths of their husbands more than two decades ago. Esther Kiobel, Victoria Bera, Blessing Eawo and Charity Levula are seeking an apology and ... …

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