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22 November 2017
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Author: RFI

"Industrie extractives: l'ITIE regrette le retrait du Niger", 14 novembre 2017...

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22 November 2017
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Author: La Tribune de Genève

"Glencore fait le ménage dans sa filiale Katanga", 20 novembre 2017...

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22 November 2017
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Author: Lucien Dianzenza, Agence d'information d'Afrique centrale (République du Congo)

"Mines : les sénateurs fustigent une « gestion opaque et calamiteuse »", 18 novembre  2017...

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21 November 2017

Mexico: Locals from El Cubo denounce that mine of Endeavour Silver “pollutes their water”

Locals form El Cubo, Guanajuato, Mexico, denounced that mine tailings and waste from the mine of Endeavour Silver pollutes their water source. The complete allegations are only available in Spanish, here....

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Company response
21 November 2017

Acacia Mining response

Author: Acacia Mining

"Acacia Mining reponse" Acacia Mining has provided a previous response to these allegations when they were first raised. The new letter repeats previous allegations and as such Acacia has nothing further to add at this stage.

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21 November 2017

Activists want justice for victims of human rights abuses at Acacia's mine included in govt.'s framework agreement with parent Barrick Gold

Author: Legal & Human Rights Centre, HakiRasilimali, Tanzania Human Rights Defenders Coalition & others

“Address human rights concerns at Acacia’s North Mara Gold Mine under the framework agreement with Barrick Gold Corporation”...

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21 November 2017

BHP, Vale & Samarco: New agreement reached in civil law proceedings; incl. extending timeline for agreeing reparation arrangements

Author: R.T. Watson, Sydney Morning Herald

"BHP-Vale deal distances companies from $71.5b in dam collapse lawsuits", 18 November 2017...

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21 November 2017

Canada: Lawsuit against Nevsun for alleged forced labour & torture in Eritrea mine can proceed, says Appeal Court

Author: Canadian Centre for International Justice

" Appeal court confirms slave labour lawsuit against Canadian mining company can go to trial ", 21 Nov 2017...

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21 November 2017
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