Lundin Contests Charges Over War Crimes in Sudan

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Swedish state prosecutors have charged two senior executives of Stockholm-based independent Lundin Energy — its chairman and main shareholder Ian Lundin, and director and former CEO Alex Schneiter — over alleged complicity in “grave” war crimes in Sudan from 1999-2003.

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