Latest News for: Sierra leone mining

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Sierra Rutile completes initial safety review

Mining Weekly 01 Jul 2024
... at the Sierra Leone mine after a temporary suspension.
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Rejoinder: correcting the record regarding baseless and defamatory allegations against Angela List

B & FT Online 24 Jun 2024
The vile attempt to associate me with alleged violent incidents at mining sites under my control in Ghana, Mali, and Sierra Leone, which reportedly resulted in brutalities against illegal miners, is a gross distortion of the truth.
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Angola Oil & Gas (AOG) 2024: Angola’s Premier Deal Signing Platform

Capital Ethiopia 14 Jun 2024
During AOG 2022, agreements were signed between Angola’s Ministry of Mineral Resources, Petroleum and Gas and Namibia’s Ministry of Energy and Mines; the ANPG and Sierra Leone’s Petroleum Directorate; ...
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Lavrov's African tour: What Western media wont tell you

Beijing News 06 Jun 2024
In January, he met with representatives from the Algerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in February with colleagues from Egypt, Mali, and South Africa, in March - Nigeria and Namibia, and in May, Sierra Leone, among other contacts.
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Key players in mining and power to attend WAMPEX and WAMPOC 2024

Business Ghana 04 Jun 2024
Others will be representatives of the Ministries of Mining, Natural Resources and Energy from Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, and Guinea Bissau, Senior Executives of major Mining houses such as ...
photo: AP / Francisco Seco, File
FILE - Migrants from Tunisia gesture as they sail in a wooden boat as they are assisted by crew members of the Spanish NGO Open Arms, sixteen miles west of the Italian island of Pantelleria in the Mediterranean sea, on Friday, Aug. 5, 2022.
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Tunisia: The migration trap

Al Jazeera 10 May 2024
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Sierra Rutile directed to resume mining operations

Mining Weekly 06 May 2024
The government of Sierra Leone has instructed ASX-listed Sierra ...
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Today in History: April 26, Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster

Lima Ohio 26 Apr 2024
... II to be convicted by an international war crimes court as he was found guilty of arming Sierra Leone rebels in exchange for “blood diamonds” mined by slave laborers and smuggled across the border.
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Today in History: Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster

Chicago Tribune 26 Apr 2024
... II to be convicted by an international war crimes court as he was found guilty of arming Sierra Leone rebels in exchange for “blood diamonds” mined by slave laborers and smuggled across the border.
photo: Creative Commons / Rod Waddington from Kergunyah, Australia https://www.flickr.com/people/64607715@N05
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A Third Of Africa's Great Apes Are Under Threat From Mining For Battery Metals

IFL Science 05 Apr 2024
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Boom in mining for renewable energy minerals threatens Africa’s great apes

AOL 03 Apr 2024
Mining harms apes through habitat loss, pollution and disease ... The paper found that the largest mining impacts on apes were in the west African countries Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali and Guinea.
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Mining of materials needed for ‘green revolution’ puts great ape population at risk

Popular Science 03 Apr 2024
Now, the continent’s great ape population is more threatened from mining than scientists originally believed ... The west African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali, and Guinea had the largest overlaps of high ape density and mining areas.
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More than a third of African great ape population faces risks related to mineral mining

Phys Dot Org 03 Apr 2024
... near mining sites ... In the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali, and Guinea, overlaps of high ape density and mining areas—including the 10 km and 50 km buffer zones—were the largest.
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China's education a model for Sierra Leone to fight poverty

China Daily 23 Mar 2024
Sierra Leone's economy relies mostly on mining, especially on diamond mining, and it is among the largest producers of titanium and bauxite, and a major producer of gold ... Infrastructure in Sierra Leone is poor; it lacks roads, bridges and railways.
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Sierra Leone’s deepening ties with China spark unease and scrutiny

Sierra Leone Telegraph 20 Mar 2024
Sierra Leone Telegraph ... Furthermore, the Pepel rail agreement heavily leans towards the Chinese mining company, China Kingho, now Leone Rock Mining Group, sidelining the interests of Sierra Industrial Zone a potential investment from India.
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