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15 April 2020
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Autor/in: Nathan Nwakamma, Sundiata Post (Nigeria)

‘Shell’s Oil Well 13 in Angiama, Bayelsa traced to equipment failure- Community leader’ 9 April 2020...

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15 April 2020
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Autor/in: Zondiwe Mbewe, News Diggers (Zambia)

‘41 Chongwe residents sue United Quarries for conducting illegal mining activities’  14 April 2020...

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15 April 2020
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Autor/in: Chronicle (Zimbabwe)

‘Hwange residents lose water battle’ 14 April 2020...

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11 February 2020
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Autor/in: Monitoreo Económico

“Transnacionales prefieren aguas fronterizas porque pueden quitar concesiones a los usuarios”, 9 de febrero de 2020...

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3 January 2020
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Reportes de prensa y organizaciones informaron que, el 28 de diciembre de 2019, la empresa público-privada Aguas de Saltillo (Agsal) habría interrumpido totalmente el suministro de agua a la Casa del Migrante de Satillo. Con limitados recursos...

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16 July 2019
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Autor/in: Eric Naki, The Citizen (South Africa)

'Cosatu threatens govt, business with court over acid mine water’ 16 July 2019...

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16 November 2018
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In September 2018, during a hearing related to the drying of holy ponds due to sub-soil water extraction by cement companies near Katas Raj Temples, the Chief Justice of Pakistan “took ‘suo motu notice’ of the exploitation of water resources by minera...

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8 November 2018
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Autor/in: DAWN, Pakistan

Audit report finds profit margins in bottled water sale unjustified, 31 October 2018...

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4 October 2018
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Autor/in: Alexandra Shimo, The Guardian

[W]hile [residents] do without water... Nestlé, the world's biggest bottler, is extracting up to 3.6m litres of water daily from nearby Six Nations treaty land. "Six Nations did not approve [of Nestlé pumping]," [Dawn] Martin-Hill [a Six Nations local...

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28 August 2017
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Mientras que la Universidad Industrial de Santander decidió terminar los convenios de investigación alrededor de la explotación subterránea de oro que emprenderá Sociedad Minera de Santander, Minesa (parte de Mundaba Development & Investment...

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