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20 April 2018

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Reporters win lawsuit against Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining over withholding public information on coal mine & power plant

Author: Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN)

District Court in Banja Luka has ruled in favor of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo (CIN) in an administrative review case that CIN filed four years ago against the Republika Srpska (RS) Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining for...

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20 April 2018

Thailand: Court dismisses case against 7 activists protesting against gold mine that allegedly poses risk for health & environment

Author: Rina Chardan, Thomson Reuters Foundation via Place

"Charges against Thai activists dismissed, mining protest to go on", 20 Apr 2018...

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18 April 2018

New Zealand will not grant new offshore oil & gas exploration permits as part of move toward "carbon-neutral future"

Author: Eleanor Ainge Roy, Guardian (US)

11 April 2018...

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18 April 2018
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Author: Claire Fages, RFI

"RDC: des progrès sur la traçabilité des minerais, mais des efforts restent à faire", 18 avril 2018...

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17 April 2018
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Author: SDP Noticias (México)

“Una mina submarina en el Golfo de Ulloa llevará a un colapso pesquero, señalan”, 11 de abril de 2018...

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17 April 2018
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Author: SWI SwissInfo (Suiza)

“Índice de Responsabilidad Minera: revelaciones incómodas”, 11 de abril de 2018...

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16 April 2018

Namibia: Labour think tank says precarious jobs on the rise mainly in retail, agriculture & mining sectors

Author: Luqman Cloete, The Namibian (Namibia)

"Namibia: Precarious Jobs On the Rise in Namibia", 3 April 2018...

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16 April 2018

So. Africa: Amplats says eastern platinum belt hit by over 400 social unrest incidents since 2016

Author: Reuters (South Africa)

S.Africa's east platinum belt hit by over 400 social unrest incidents since 2016, 10 April 2018...

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16 April 2018

Peru: Cusco communities allege beatings, violence by the police during opposition to Glencore’s road project

Alto Huarca local communities alleged that eight Glencore staff and the police evicted families in order to create space to build a road for Glencore’s Antapaccay mining project.  During the eviction, women and elders faced repression and beatings. ...

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16 April 2018
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