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Apple, Google, Microsoft Face Lawsuit for Child Labor in DR Congo

Apple, Google, Tesla and Microsoft are among firms named in a lawsuit seeking damages over deaths and injuries of child miners in DR Congo.

Apple, Google, Microsoft Face Lawsuit for Child Labor in DR Congo

Minors working in a mining site in Africa.

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