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French firm condemned over bomb

A French shipbuilder has been ordered to pay almost $900,000 in damages to the families of six employees killed in a bomb attack in Pakistan in 2002. The company committed an “inexcusable fault” by under-estimating security risks, the court ruled. The six were among 15 people killed by a suicide bomber as they prepared to board a bus in Karachi. The state-owned company Naval Construction Directorate (DCN) denies any wrongdoing and says it will appeal. Full Story

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