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French court dismisses NGOs' case against TotalEnergies projects in east Africa


A French court ruled on Tuesday (February 28) rejected a landmark lawsuit against oil giant TotalEnergies that accused it of failing to protect people and the environment as it pursues oil projects in Uganda and Tanzania. FRANCE 24's Clément Di Roma tells us more.

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