International human rights organizations have expressed concern about the use of child labor in the tobacco fields of Kazakhstan. Philip Morris International is under scrutiny for employing children as young as ten for very low wages during the tobacco harvest.
In other news, British Prime Minister David Cameron is visiting the United States, and says he will meet with U.S. Senators to discuss the intervention by BP with the British Foreign Office to gain the early release of the Lockerbie bomber.
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