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  • Lafarge loses battle to upturn verdict in ‘crimes against
    Lafarge loses battle to upturn verdict in ‘crimes against

    Sep 07, 2021 The company has been accused of paying $15.3 million to the Islamic State (IS) to retain a cement plant north of Syria. A top court in France on Tuesday quashed the decision of a

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  • France torches Lafarge cement plant in Syria
    France torches Lafarge cement plant in Syria

    Oct 17, 2019 The plant had delivered 6 million tons of cement to jihadists for them to build underground fortifications from which to wage a war of position against Syrian government forces, drawing on the

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  • Lafarge says Syria cement plant shut over security
    Lafarge says Syria cement plant shut over security

    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

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  • Lafarge’s closed Syria cement plant comes under attack
    Lafarge’s closed Syria cement plant comes under attack

    Sep 26, 2014 Syria: On 25 September 2014 Islamic State militants seized and set fire to Lafarge's cement plant in northern Syria. While advancing on the Kurdish town of Ain al-Arab near the Turkish border, the militants seized the Lafarge cement plant and burnt down part of it, said Rami Abdel Rahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights

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  • Lafarge charges of crime against humanity dropped on
    Lafarge charges of crime against humanity dropped on

    Nov 07, 2019 Lafarge charges of crime against humanity dropped on appeal but others remain. Delil Souleiman, AFP | The Lafarge Cement Syria cement plant in Jalabiya, northern Syria. A French court on Thursday

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  • Maintenance Work Director | Jobs in Syria by Al Badia
    Maintenance Work Director | Jobs in Syria by Al Badia

    The company was established by a group of investors to construct Portland Cement Plant, with an annual capacity of 3.2 million ton, in addition to providing necessary infrastructure and utilities through a project, which is considered one of the greatest industrial and investment projects in the Syrian Arab Republic

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  • Islamic State builds its economy on Syrian ashes - ARA News
    Islamic State builds its economy on Syrian ashes - ARA News

    Feb 26, 2015 ARA News . Suruc, Turkey – On Wednesday, militants of the Islamic State group (IS/ISIS) destroyed the French Lafarge plant of Cement, which is located between Kobane and the town of Ain Issa in Jalabiya in northeastern Syria.. Local sources told ARA News that the radical group blew up the plant after evacuating its contents and transferring them to the city

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  • France 'was aware of deal' between cement maker and
    France 'was aware of deal' between cement maker and

    The cement giant is accused of paying armed groups, including IS, millions of dollars through middlemen in an effort to keep its factory in Syria’s Jalabiya open. It is also suspected of selling

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  • French intelligence knew cement giant Lafarge paid
    French intelligence knew cement giant Lafarge paid

    Sep 08, 2021 The plant in question started production in May 2010 and “was a source of meaningful employment for the surrounding communities, providing cement for homes, businesses, roads and the like for various communities

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  • France torches Lafarge cement plant in Syria – The New
    France torches Lafarge cement plant in Syria – The New

    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

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  • How Paul Desmarais Jr. became mired in a Syrian cement
    How Paul Desmarais Jr. became mired in a Syrian cement

    May 15, 2018 How Paul Desmarais Jr. became mired in a Syrian cement plant probe. Konrad Yakabuski. Published May 15, 2018. This article was published more than 3 years ago. Some information may no longer be

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  • LafargeHolcim admits to ‘unacceptable’ activity in Syria
    LafargeHolcim admits to ‘unacceptable’ activity in Syria

    Cement group paid third parties for help with armed groups around plant. LafargeHolcim, the Swiss-French cement company, on Thursday admitted “unacceptable” measures had been taken to keep its Syrian plant open, following allegations staff had dealt with armed groups during the country’s violent civil war. Sample the FT’s top stories

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  • Syria cement plant at centre of terror finance
    Syria cement plant at centre of terror finance

    Sep 12, 2021 A Jordanian intelligence officer who was central to the spying effort has confirmed to the Guardian that the Lafarge factory, which continued operating after the terrorist group overran eastern Syria, in one of the most controversial episodes of the war, was the regional hub of a failed effort to rescue up to 30 hostages

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  • Lafarge loses ruling on ′crimes against humanity′ charges
    Lafarge loses ruling on ′crimes against humanity′ charges

    Sep 07, 2021 The French cement company has been accused of paying millions of euros to militants, including the Islamic State, to keep its plant in Syria running. The Lafarge Cement Syria cement plant was

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  • French cement-maker's murky ties to IS in Syria
    French cement-maker's murky ties to IS in Syria

    Oct 06, 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. Lafarge's bosses in Paris are suspected of having approved payments by LCS through false accounting documents

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  • LafargeHolcim: Board of Directors concludes Syria Review
    LafargeHolcim: Board of Directors concludes Syria Review

    Lafarge’s cement plant in Syria took almost 3 years to build at a cost of approximately $680 million. It started production in May 2010 and was a source of meaningful employment for the surrounding communities, as well as providing cement for homes, businesses, roads and other infrastructure for various communities throughout Syria

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  • Lafarge charged with complicity in Syria crimes against
    Lafarge charged with complicity in Syria crimes against

    Jun 28, 2018 The company, whose Syrian subsidiary paid the armed groups through intermediaries, has also been charged with endangering the lives of former employees at the cement plant in Jalabiya, northern Syria

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  • LafargeHolcim concludes independent investigation into
    LafargeHolcim concludes independent investigation into

    Apr 24, 2017 The activities in Syria between 2011 and 2014 took place during a time of great volatility and chaos in a country increasingly consumed by what became outright civil war, which continues to this day. Lafarge built a cement plant in Syria which required almost 3 years to build at a cost of approximately $680 million

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  • Flying Cement 12MW captive power plant starts operations
    Flying Cement 12MW captive power plant starts operations

    Jan 03, 2022 KARACHI: The 12MW captive power plant of Flying Cement Company Limited has started commercial operations at its site in Khushab district, a bourse filing said on Monday.. This is a significant milestone achieved by the company in line with its strategic objectives of cost rationalisation and optimisation resulting in lower dependency on Water and Power

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  • Syrian Cement Company - European Investment Bank
    Syrian Cement Company - European Investment Bank

    Mar 18, 2009 The company is majority-owned by a European cement producer. Location. Syrian Arab Republic Description. The project concerns the construction and operation of an integrated cement plant with a capacity of 7,500 ton per day of clinker, equivalent to some 2.6 Mt of cement per annum

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  • Cement Plants located in Syria
    Cement Plants located in Syria

    3 rows Switch to statistics view. Cement plant locations and information on Syria can be found below

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  • Lafarge Syria - Cement industry news from Global
    Lafarge Syria - Cement industry news from Global

    Jul 28, 2021 Lafarge has been accused of financing terrorism through indirect payments to extremist groups to keep its Jalabiya cement plant operational after the outbreak of war in Syria. Lafarge Cement Syria was a subsidiary of Lafarge in the early 2010s

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  • The Factory: A Glimpse into Syria’s War Economy
    The Factory: A Glimpse into Syria’s War Economy

    Feb 21, 2018 Other cement plants covered other areas of Syria. As noted above (see note 13), this included Al-Badiya Cement, created by Saudi, Italian, and Syrian investors at around the same time as LCS. Al-Badiya has a plant northeast of Damascus, near Dumeir, which has maintained production throughout the war, although it suffered a major Islamic State attack in

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  • France: Lafarge loses ruling in Syria crime against
    France: Lafarge loses ruling in Syria crime against

    Sep 07, 2021 A general view shows the Lafarge Cement Syria (LCS) cement plant in Jalabiya in northern Syria, on February 19, 2018 [File: Delil

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  • Lafarge loses ruling on ′crimes against humanity′
    Lafarge loses ruling on ′crimes against humanity′

    Sep 07, 2021 The Lafarge Cement Syria cement plant was kept in operation during the Syrian civil war. The French cement giant Lafarge could face a renewed charges of complicity in crimes against humanity after

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT
    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

    This feasibility study was performed for the purpose of assessing water resources availability for industrial use for a new cement factory to be established 160 km northeast to Aleppo city in Syria. It is in our understanding that the water requirement of the Syria Cement Factory would initially be about 2000 m. 3

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