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4 September 2019

In Brazil, indigenous groups clash with mining companies in 400 areas

The remote indigenous land Xikrin do Rio Cateté is located 1,000 kilometers from Belém, the capital city of the Amazonian state of Pará. Inhabited by 1,056 people of the Kayapó indigenous ethnic group, the reserve spreads over roughly 439,000 hectares...

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29 July 2019

Murder of Brazilian indigenous leader a ‘worrying symptom’ of land invasion

Author: United Nations

…In the wake of the murder of indigenous leader Emrya Wajãpi in Brazil, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has called on the country’s authorities to “react quickly and decisively” to protect the rights of indigenous peoples...

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27 June 2019

Zimbabwe: Mine accident leave one dead and a few injured, company comments

Author: Tawanda Kwarombo, Business Report (South Africa)

‘Fatal incident at Mzi Khumalo's troubled Zim gold mine’ 23 June 2019...

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21 September 2017
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Author: El Nacional

“Arco Minero del Orinoco: Crimen, corrupción y cianuro” – 19 de septiembre de 2017...

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29 August 2017

Brazil: Canadian companies knew about Amazon reserve extinction before official announcement; civil society didn’t know about it & fears conflicts with indigenous peoples

Author: Brazil Monitor (Brazil)

"Canadian mining have received inside information on Amazon reserve extinction", 26 August 2017...

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14 August 2016
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Author: Entorno Inteligente

"Venezuela indemnizará a Gold Reserve por $759 millones y conformará empresa mixta tras acuerdo del Arco Minero", 8 Aug 2016...

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14 April 2016

Three mining co.s to sue Colombian Govt. under free trade agreement with US over mining ban in national park

Author: Censat Aguaviva, Friends of the Earth International

[This is an unofficial translation by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, summarising the original article in Spanish that can be accessed here]...

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17 March 2016

“Peru: Mercury poisoning “epidemic” sweeps tribe”

Author: Survival International

Up to 80% of a recently-contacted tribe in Peru have been poisoned with mercury, raising serious concerns for the future of the tribe. One child has already died displaying symptoms consistent with mercury poisoning…The source of the Nahua tribe’s...

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14 March 2016
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1 June 2010

AIDA Makes Progress to Protect the Environment in Colombia and Mexico from Proposed Mines

Author: The Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense

...Paredones Amarillos [is] a planned open-pit gold mine in Mexico's Sierra la Laguna Biosphere. As a result of AIDA's work on this case, the Mexican Environmental Authority...has stopped the project for the time being. This is excellent and very...

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