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FRANCE-ACCIDENT/
RTR38CYU
September 24, 2012
Members of the "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous Chemical Sites (Seveso)"...
Toulouse, France
Members of the "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous Chemical Sites (Seveso)"...
Members of the "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous Chemical Sites (Seveso)" gather outside after the verdict in appeals court in Toulouse, September 24, 2012. A French court on Monday fined a subsidiary of oil giant Total over a massive chemicals plant explosion in 2001 that killed 31 people and injured upwards of 2,500. The appeals court in the southern city of Toulouse fined the Total unit 225,000 euros ($292,300) over the blast at the nearby AZF factory. It also sentenced the former director of the AZF plant to one year of jail for manslaughter. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-ACCIDENT/
RTR38CY1
September 24, 2012
People stand behind a banner which reads, "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous...
Toulouse, France
People stand behind a banner which reads, "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous...
People stand behind a banner which reads, "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous Chemical Sites (Seveso)" before the verdict in appeals court in Toulouse, September 24, 2012. A French court on Monday fined a subsidiary of oil giant Total over a massive chemicals plant explosion in 2001 that killed 31 people and injured upwards of 2,500. The appeals court in the southern city of Toulouse fined the Total unit 225,000 euros ($292,300) over the blast at the nearby AZF factory. It also sentenced the former director of the AZF plant to one year of jail for manslaughter. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-ACCIDENT/
RTR38CVT
September 24, 2012
People stand behind a banner which reads, "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous...
Toulouse, France
People stand behind a banner which reads, "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous...
People stand behind a banner which reads, "National Coordination of Associations of Residents near Dangerous Chemical Sites (Seveso)" before the verdict in appeals court in Toulouse, September 24, 2012. A French court on Monday fined a subsidiary of oil giant Total over a massive chemicals plant explosion in 2001 that killed 31 people and injured upwards of 2,500. The appeals court in the southern city of Toulouse fined the Total unit 225,000 euros ($292,300) over the blast at the nearby AZF factory. It also sentenced the former director of the AZF plant to one year of jail for manslaughter. REUTERS/Bruno Martin (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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