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A miner works in a mine in Mbuji Mayi, Congo in 2006. Photo: Schalk van Zuydam/AP A miner works in a mine in Mbuji Mayi, Congo in 2006. Photo: Schalk van Zuydam/AP

Months after a Brooklyn federal judge found that the former shareholders of a Canadian mining company are owed restitution after losing money in a bribery scheme in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, federal prosecutors agreed that the lost mining rights may be worth up to $190 million.

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Jane Wester

Jane Wester is a litigation reporter for the New York Law Journal. Email her at jwester@alm.com or find her on Twitter @janewester.

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