24 September 2003 BAKU, Georgia and LONDON, Britain–International financial institutions, along with entities involved in the construction of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, helped organize public hearings that aimed to assuage environmental worries about the project. Following the last meeting in the series, however, regional activists remain concerned that the pipeline poses a considerable ecological threat. The […]

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