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2022年11月21日

Tanzania: MiningWatch Canada urges Barrick Gold to halt forced evictions at its subsidiary; company denies allegations

Nyamongo is one of several areas allegedly affected by operations at North Mara gold mine in Tanzania since it opened in 2002

MiningWatch Canada has urged Barrick Gold to halt forced evictions at its subsidiary. The company has responded that there have been no forcible evictions since it took operational control of the North Mara gold mine in 2019.