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On 16 October 2019, the International Coalition set fire to the French-owned Lafarge Cement Factory in Jalabiyeh on the Turkish border, north of Aleppo before the arrival of the Syrian Arab Army ...
Sep 25, 2014 Paris AFP - French construction materials giant Lafarge said Thursday it has shut its cement plant in northern Syria as a security measure. Lafarge decided last week to suspend work at the factory located some 150 kilometres 100 miles northeast of the city of Aleppo as security could not be guaranteed in the area, a company spokeswoman said.
Oct 17, 2019 Lafarge kept running its cement factory plant in northeast Syria until 2014 despite the region being conflict-ridden and controlled by various armed and terrorist groups In an environment of war, Lafarge insisting on keeping operations at the companys Jalabiya plant, which was first protected by Syrian regime forces.
Oct 17, 2019 France torches Lafarge cement plant in Syria. On 16 October 2019, the International Coalition set fire to the French-owned Lafarge Cement Factory in Jalabiyeh on the Turkish border, north of Aleppo before the arrival of the Syrian Arab Army in the area. Thus, the traces of a secret operation of crucial importance have literally gone up in smoke.
Oct 17, 2019 On 16 October 2019, the International Coalition set fire to the French-owned Lafarge Cement Factory in Jalabiyeh on the Turkish border, north of Aleppo before the arrival of the Syrian
Oct 17, 2019 17 October 2019 Voltaire Network On 16 October 2019, the International Coalition set fire to the French-owned Lafarge Cement Factory in Jalabiyeh on the Turkish border, north of Aleppo before the arrival of the Syrian Arab Army in the area. Thus, the traces of a secret operation of crucial importance have literally gone up in smoke.
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Apr 13, 2019 Lafarge - Kobani Cement Plant Details Parent Category Syria Category Cement Industry Last Updated on 13 April 2019 Type Cement Plant. Area Aleppo. Annual Production 3 million tonnes of cement. Owner Lafarge Cement Syria SA. Shareholders Lafarge SA 98.67, Mas Ecoonomic Group SA 1.33
Oct 07, 2017 The funds went through a middleman, Syrian tycoon Firas Tlass, who was a former minority shareholder in the cement works, Bruno Pescheux, who ran the plant from 2008 to 2014, told investigators. Lafarges bosses in Paris are suspected of having approved payments by LCS through false accounting documents.
Mar 02, 2017 Cement maker LafargeHolcim says it has uncovered evidence that a Lafarge factory in Syria provided funding to local armed groups. It said those in charge of the Jalabiya plant had taken ...
Oct 17, 2019 Lafarge allegedly made multi-million dollar payments to IS in order to continue operations at one of its cement plants in northern Syria in 2013. Lawyers on behalf of the Yazidi said that the case would allow the women, to have their voices heard in a court of law.
The proceedings against Lafarge and its subsidiary Lafarge Cement Syria are the result of a criminal complaint filed in November 2016 by eleven former Syrian employees together with ECCHR and Sherpa. The complaint accused Lafarge of having made arrangements with IS and several other armed groups in order to maintain its Jalabiya cement factory ...
Mar 02, 2017 Cement giant Lafarge admits making deals with armed groups in Syria. The company says it made unacceptable deals with groups in Syria to allow a local manufacturing plant
Jun 28, 2018 Lafarge is suspected of paying nearly 13m to Isis and other militant groups to keep the Jalabiya plant running long after other French companies had pulled out of Syria. The payments by the Lafarge Cement Syria LCS subsidiary were considered a tax in exchange for which militants allowed free movement of the companys staff and ...
Jacob Waerness, a risk manager for Lafarge in Syria from 2011 to 2013, said the plant should have closed down in the summer of 2013 when the company became aware of radical Islamist groups in the ...
Apr 24, 2017 Lafarge said Monday in a separate release detailing the findings of an internal probe into the Syria payments that the role of Mr. Olsen as CEO had been a point of attention in the review.
Jun 22, 2016 Lafarge bought cement plant 95 miles northeast of Aleppo in Syria in 2007 Civil war started in 2011 but firm kept up production at the site until
Apr 24, 2017 Syria LafargeHolcim admits to financing armed groups for protection of cement plant operations Date 2 Mar 2017 Content Type Article Lafarge admits having provided funds to armed groups in Syria Date 2 Mar 2017 Content Type Article Statement from LafargeHolcim regarding its operations in Syria Date 28 Dec 2016 Content Type Article
Oct 06, 2017 New revelations from a probe into ties between the Islamic State group and Lafarge cast light on why the French cement giant was desperate to stay in Syria and the price it was prepared to pay. To ensure protection of its staff, Lafarge Cement Syria LCS paid between 80,000 and 100,000 a month to various armed groups, including 20,000 to IS, according to a source close to the
Jun 28, 2018 The Lafarge cement plant in Jalabiya, Syria, in February. A panel of French judges is examining whether Lafarge and some former executives violated international sanctions by
Mar 02, 2018 An email sent by Risk Manager of Lafarge Cement Syria Ahmad Jaloudi on Jul 08, 2014 to Director of Lafarge Cement Syria Bruno Pescheux. By the end of 2014, the area where the plant was located had become an epicenter of fierce battles between YPG forces and Daesh Islamic State militants. Despite the very real danger posed to the plants ...
Lafarge acquired the Jalabiya plant in 2007 from Egyptian cement company Orascom and Min Ajl Suriya, a Syrian company owned by Firas Tlass, a prominent Syrian businessman.
April 26, 2018 Information Clearing House - PARIS Reuters - France asked the United States in 2014 not to bomb a Lafarge cement plant in northern Syria, an area which was at the time controlled by Islamic State, emails that are part of an investigation into the companys Syria operations show.
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