Watching Government
Sudan crusade

02/07/2000
Religious and human rights leaders are claiming success in their campaign against oil companies active in Sudan.Talisman Energy Inc. of Calgary and the state oil companies of China, Malaysia, and Sudan are operating a $2.3 billion oil project in southern Sudan.Sudan has been accused of promoting international terrorism and domestic genocide. Opponents say oil revenues are making those programs possible (OGJ, Nov. 8, 1999, p. 34).The Clinton administration and UN officials claim the Sudanese government has emptied villages around the Heglig oil field to prevent sabotage.The US and Canadian governments have been applying pressure on Talisman. Now US states are getting involved.New York City...
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