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Rio Tinto CEO quits after Aboriginal caves destroyed in mine expansion

By France24
15 September 2020   |   11:00 am
The boss of Rio Tinto, Jean-Sébastien Jacques, will step down following criticism of the mining giant's destruction of sacred Aboriginal sites.

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