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BP oil spill
A US federal judge has rejected a bid from BP to require companies prove their losses are directly linked to the 2010 massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill before getting a payout.
The British energy giant last year reached a $7.8 billion settlement with thousands of people and businesses hit by the worst environmental disaster in US history.
But it has been challenging the way Patrick Juneau, a court-appointed administrator of claims, calculates companies' compensation for lost profits. (December 27, 2012) (AFP)