Can the cement manufacturer Lafarge be accused of "complicity in crimes against humanity"? Seized as part of the investigation into its activities in Syria until 2014, the Court of Cassation looked Tuesday, for the first time in more than twenty years, on this very heavy criminal qualification.
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