By RAID

 - July 29, 2014

Killings at a British-owned gold mine in east Africa have alarmed a group of MPs, lawyers and human rights campaigners, who have called on the British government to intervene.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on International Corporate Responsibility met last week to discuss incidents at a Tanzanian mine run by African Barrick Gold (ABG), amid unconfirmed allegations that four people may have been killed there this year.

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