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FEATURING MARK DUMMETT - It has been nearly 40 years since the world’s worst industrial disaster claimed the lives of thousands of people and continues to impact more than half a million. Justice remains elusive for the survivors of the Bhopal disaster in India who are living with the impacts of an unprecedented chemical leak from a plant run by Union Carbide Corporation in 1984.

Dow Chemical, which owns Union Carbide, has refused to properly compensate victims and conduct a thorough clean up. Litigation is on-going in both India and the U.S. Amnesty International, which has been documenting the disaster for years, has just released a new report called Bhopal: 40 Years of Injustice

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