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South Africa court halts Shell seismic survey plan in key ruling

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The voices of the voiceless resonate with a South African court judgement which blocks oil giant Shell from using seismic waves to explore for gas off the Eastern Cape. In a rare win, local communities' concerns about the environmental effects of the plan force a suspension of the plan. Medical aid group doctors without borders clashes once again with Cameroon. It's military accuses the organisation of helping wounded Anglophone rebels and is investigating some of it's healthworkers. 

Added on the 28/12/2021 23:21:13 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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