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The next hearing of the case of the 11,000 people of Bodo versus the Anglo-Dutch oil company Shell in the High Court is scheduled for 5 November, when a judge will hear arguments about the proper location for the suit concerning the environmental despoliation of the Niger Delta.

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Anglo, Dutch, British, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Goodluck Jonathan, Netherlands, Esther Kiobel, United States

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