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Nevsun Comments on B.C. Lawsuit

Nevsun Resources Ltd...advises that a lawsuit has been filed against it in the B.C. Supreme Court by three individuals who claim to have once worked with a local sub-contractor at the Bisha Mine in Eritrea. The lawsuit makes human rights allegations against the Company and its local sub-contractor.  The Company denies the allegations and will vigorously defend itself against this claim.  Cliff Davis, Nevsun’s CEO, said, “…the Bisha Mine has adhered at all times to international standards of governance, workplace conditions, and health and safety.  We are committed to ensuring that the Bisha Mine is managed in a safe and responsible manner that respects the interests of the local communities, workers, national governance, stakeholders, and the natural environment.”…

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