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Swedish oil company suspected of violating international law

Lundin Petroleum has allegedly paid warlords to drive out the local population in an oil-rich region during the civil war in Sudan. The company denies the charges, but executive management is officially under suspicion.

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The Chairman and the CEO of Lundin Petroleum are, according to Swedish media, under the suspicion of severe violations to international law.

The accusation against Chairman Ian Lundin and CEO Alex Schneiter is part of an investigation of the company's activities in Sudan during the civil way in the country.

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