Anvil Mining (part of China Minmetals)

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Anvil Mining was acquired by China Minmetals in Feb 2012.  Trafigura Beheer had previously been a major shareholder of Anvil Mining.

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Lawsuit
11 July 2002

Anvil Mining lawsuit (re Dem. Rep. of Congo)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Pour une version française de ce profil, cliquez ici....

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Story
6 June 2005

Canadian Govt. to look into allegations that Anvil Mining allowed soldiers to use its equipment in an operation that killed unarmed civilians in Dem. Rep. of Congo

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Article
6 June 2005

The Kilwa Incident Transcript [Congo]

Author: Sally Neighbour, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Four Corners

50 kilometres from Kilwa [is] Anvil's Dikulushi mine…A small band of rebels had taken over the town [Kilwa]…[Anvil’s Chief Executive Bill Turner said] “[The military] requested assistance from Anvil for transportation. We provided that transportation...

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Article
6 June 2005

The Kilwa Incident [Dem. Rep. of Congo]

Author: Sally Neighbour, Four Corners [Australian TV programme]

Four Corners reveals that an Australian mining company [Anvil Mining] has been implicated in a massacre of at least 100 people. According to eyewitness accounts and investigation reports obtained by Four Corners, dozens of people, mostly innocent...

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Article
7 June 2005

Australian mining company denies involvement in Congo massacre

Author: AFX News

An Australian mining company has denied complicity in the massacre last year of more than 100 people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as victims of the alleged atrocity threatened civil action against the company...Anvil's statement said...

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Article
7 June 2005

[PDF] Anvil Mining Limited Response to Television Report of June 6, 2005 [Dem. Rep. of Congo]

Author: Anvil Mining

A 4 Corners program shown on ABC television on June 6, 2005 made or implied a number of allegations against Anvil Mining Limited...The allegations made against Anvil are deplorable, and without foundation.

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Article
16 June 2005

Anvil Mining and the Kilwa Massacre, D.R. Congo: Canadian Company Implicated?

Author: Mining Watch Canada

In response to an Australian Broadcasting Corporation program...non-governmental organizations in the United Kingdom, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Canada are calling on the Canadian Government to fully investigate serious allegations...

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Article
18 June 2005

Federal government to look into human rights allegations against mining firm

Author: Maria Babbage, Canadian Press

A federal official said Friday the government will look into accusations that a Canadian-incorporated mining firm allowed soldiers in Democratic Republic of Congo to use its equipment in an operation that killed unarmed civilians last year...Anvil.....

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Article
1 July 2005

[DOC] Mineral Policy Institute’s July 2005 Newsletter

Author: Mineral Policy Institute

Includes the following articles:...

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Article
14 July 2005

[PDF] A tale of two mines

Author: Katherine Teh-White, Futureye [opinion], in Age [Australia]

BHP Billiton and Anvil Mining have one thing in common: they both own mines where massive protests have led to temporary mine closures...A Four Corners [television show] expose accused Anvil of helping the military [in Democratic Republic of Congo]...

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