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7 Jun 2011

Barrick Gold

[PDF] Response to Article on North Mara Mine, Tanzania

Barrick and ABG have been proactive in communicating accurate and substantive reports concerning the May 16, 2011 violent confrontation between a large group of intruders and police at the mine, which resulted in loss of life...Barrick is a member of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights and its policies and those of ABG are clear. Both companies are aligned in their zero tolerance approach to human rights violations. Should human rights violations occur at any operation, we will not hide from the truth. At the same time, we will not hesitate to correct the record whenever necessary. The following highlights some of the inaccuracies contained in the Saunders article...

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Tanzania: Deaths, injuries at Barrick mine linked to displacement, loss of livelihoods

Opinion: Barrick faces serious ethical challenges at Tanzanian mine - Geoffrey York in Globe and Mail