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China Mining Association to hold online conference

China Daily 16 Sep 2022
Hosted by the CMA, this year's conference has invited officials from 11 countries, including Argentina, South Africa, Peru, Sudan and Serbia, to attend the opening ceremony online, and executives from major mining companies such as Rio Tinto as well as institutes such as International Council on Mining and Metals will deliver speeches.
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US-Based Companies Complicit In Looting Of African Wealth

MENA FN 11 Sep 2022
(MENAFN - SomTribune) If you caught the breaking news story about Russians–flying gold out of Sudan , straight from the mines, you were likely shocked by the blatant theft. The truth is that ... .
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Shocking moment an activist captures a Sudanese minister threatening her with violence during a trip ...

The Daily Mail 10 Sep 2022
Nazik Osman, who fled from Sudan with her family in 2001, was told by Sudan's Minerals Minister that 'we would beat you until you begged us to stop' after she heckled his entourage as they attended a mining conference in Perth ... Sudanese-Australian actvist Nazik Osman, who fled from Sudan in 2001.
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Finance Ministry Expects No 'External Support' for 2023 Budget

All Africa 30 Aug 2022
Last week, he pointed to the importance of expanding industrial mining ...
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Chad Rebels Say Killed 10 Soldiers, Government Denies Claim

Voa News 28 Aug 2022
The Tibesti region has seen several major rebel movements emerge since independence from France in 1960. Since the 2012 discovery of gold there, the region's mines have attracted panners by the thousand, as well as rebels from Chad and neighboring Sudan looking to use the precious metal as a means of funding their armed operations ... .
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At Least 900 Dead, 50K Homeless in Pakistan After Summer Floods

Futurism 25 Aug 2022
Terrible Tragedy ... The devastation,�which began in June of this year, is being linked to climate change ... Flooding killed at least 40 people in Kentucky this month after strip mining made landslides much more dangerous. In Sudan, at least 50 people have died because of seasonal flooding, and experts predict California could get its own super-flood soon.
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Russian mercenaries seek gold, sow chaos in CAR

Mining Dot Com 16 Aug 2022
Central African armed forces, helped by Russian and Rwandan allies, have succeeded in pushing the rebels back and taking back a significant part of the national territory and illegally occupied mining sites,” Mokpeme said, also referring to Rwandan soldiers who are assisting the CAR army ... Mohamed fled across the border into Sudan.
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Russian mercenaries seek gold, sow chaos in Central Africa

Stars and Stripes 16 Aug 2022
The Central Africblinan Republic is defending the use of Russian assistance to take back territory the government says rebels have illegally occupied, despite widespread claims of indiscriminate killings of civilians and looting of mining sites ... Soldiers who appeared to be foreign streamed into the mining site and opened fire.
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Why Putin’s Private Army Is Snatching Kids From Their Moms

The Daily Beast 15 Aug 2022
In many mining sites in the northeast, especially in gold-rich Andaha, many of the miners are migrants from Sudan who left the mining area of Darfur because of conflict in the region to to look for more gold opportunities in CAR ... Wherever they found it, they set up mines and built encampments so they could live there.
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Chinese private security firms spreading far and wide in Africa

Asiatimes 10 Aug 2022
Chinese private security companies have found a profitable niche market in Africa ... China is also investing in mining projects across the continent. However, in nations like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and South Sudan, ongoing political unrest means government security services are wanting ... Three pecularities ... But the stigma persists ... Image.
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Shrouded in secrecy for years, Russia’s Wagner Group opens up

Al Jazeera 10 Aug 2022
On paper, the Wagner Group, a Russian network providing fighters for hire, does not exist ... I’d been unemployed for quite some time ... In Sudan, it reportedly oversees gold mining operations, working closely with Sudan’s military government. Activists and bloggers accuse Russia of supporting the military coup in Sudan and stealing the country’s gold ... .
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Ukraine under attack: Russia reportedly smuggling gold

Emporia Gazette 03 Aug 2022
The report, which CNN compiled in collaboration with the London-based Dossier Center, claims that at least one high-level Wagner Group operative, Alexander Sergeyevich Kuznetsov, has overseen operations in Sudan's key gold mining industry in recent years.
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Thousands in Sudan call for end to military rule, protest exploitation of gold resources after ...

CNN 01 Aug 2022
Protesters march during a rally against military rule following the last coup, in Khartoum, Sudan, on July 31, 2022 ... On Saturday, the head of Sudan's national mining corporation Mubarak Ardol criticized the investigation on Twitter, calling it "weak and imprecise" and its numbers "exaggerated and imaginary.".
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Russia smuggling gold from Sudan to fund war: CNN report

Arab News 01 Aug 2022
The report, which CNN compiled in collaboration with the London-based Dossier Center, claims that at least one high-level Wagner Group operative, Alexander Sergeyevich Kuznetsov, has overseen operations in Sudan’s key gold mining industry in recent years.
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Russia, Wagner mercenaries smuggling gold from Sudan to finance war -CNN

The Jerusalem Post 31 Jul 2022
Russia and Russian Wagner mercenaries are smuggling gold from Sudan to finance war efforts in Ukraine, a CNN report claimed on Friday ... Wagner operative Alexander Sergeyevich Kuznetsov has allegedly been overseeing gold mining, processing and transit sites in Sudan over the last few years.

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