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Save the Children criticised in Times over ties with company with ‘blood on its hands’

2 Aug 2016 | Emily Corfe

Save the Children has been criticised in The Times over its long-running partnership with a company accused of killing almost 100 people in South Korea.

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Save the Children criticised in Times over ties with company with ‘blood on its hands’

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