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10 July 2008

Philippines Human Rights Commission investigates OceanaGold over reports of home demolitions

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28 March 2008

Mine guard to be charged over village shooting [Philippines]

Author: Nick McKenzie, The Age [Australia]

A security guard working for an Australian mining company in the Philippines is likely to face charges over the shooting of an unarmed villager trying to stop the demolition of houses on a mine site. Senior Filipino police detective Crisanto Jasmin...

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27 March 2008

Philippines: OceanaGold guard likely to be charged in shooting of unarmed villager

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27 March 2008

Shooting of Filipino villager by security guard of Melbourne based miner, OceanaGold, highlights need for independent oversight

Author: Oxfam Australia

Oxfam Australia is calling for an independent inquiry to determine whether the opposition of residents in a remote community in the Philippines is being appropriately responded to by Melbourne based mine operator OceanaGold... The move follows reports...

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27 March 2008

[PDF]OceanaGold supports police investigation at Didipio project [Philippines]

Author: OceanaGold

OceanaGold Corporation which is currently constructing the Didipio Gold-Copper project in Luzon...supports the police investigation into an incident in which a person was shot and wounded following an encounter with a member of an independent security...

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25 March 2008

Shooting mars Lent in mining village [Philippines]

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25 March 2008

Shooting mars Lent in mining village [Philippines]

Author: Melvin Gascon, Inquirer [Philippines]

Violence marred the observance of Lent in remote Didipio village in Kasibu town after the shooting of a resident allegedly by a security guard of a foreign mining company as it tried to resume demolition activities... Supt. Domingo Lucas, acting...

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5 March 2008

Mining firm wants villagers to pay for its losses [Philippines]

Author: Melvin Gascon, Philippine Daily Inquirer

An Australian mining company [OceanaGold] has asked the court here to compel tribal residents in an upland village in Kasibu town to pay for the losses it has incurred, after a court order forced it to stop demolishing houses for its planned gold...

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