"Villagers also demanded an explanation for why they have not seen the promised $10 million reservoir to provide the town with water that the company promised in 2000 as a condition of laying the pipeline."
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Frank Bajak of AP has done a fine job of work with this report that tells of the recent pipeline spill at the Antamina mine in Peru, so go read it. But amongst the hundreds of ill people, men women, pregnant women and children, my favourite line from the report is this one further down, part of the report on what happened when Antamina executives visited the affected village:
That's what I call a damned good question. Read it all here