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ISLAMABAD (AP) — A subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell said Wednesday that it made full payment in damages and compensation to the victims of an oil tanker fire in Pakistan that killed 215 people last month, hours after Pakistan's oil and gas regulator threatened legal action.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — The Latest on efforts to compensate the victims of an oil tanker fire in Pakistan last month that killed 215 people (all times local):
ISLAMABAD (AP) — A spokesman for Pakistan's oil and gas regulatory body says the agency has ordered a local subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell to pay about 250 million rupees ($2.4 million) in compensation and damages for last month's fuel truck fire that killed 215 people.