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23 Aug 2005

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Anvil Mining

[PDF] Anvil Confirms That Allegations Are Unfounded

Anvil Mining Limited confirmed today the following developments in its rejection of allegations that it had knowledge of, or provided assistance to, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) armed forces (known as FARDC), in the committal of any human rights violations during the suppression of a rebel insurgency in the town of Kilwa in October, 2004...

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Anvil Mining letter responding to report by Rights & Accountability in Development, regarding Kilwa massacre in Dem. Rep. of Congo in Oct 2004

A Glittering Demon: Mining, Poverty and Politics in the Democratic Republic of Congo