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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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Russia is plundering gold in Sudan to boost Putin's war effort in Ukraine

The Philadelphia Tribune 30 Jul 2022
Sudan rarely, if ever, exports cookies ... CNN, in collaboration with the Dossier Center, can also reveal that at least one high-level Wagner operative — Alexander Sergeyevich Kuznetsov — has overseen operations in Sudan’s key gold mining, processing and transit sites in recent years.
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How economic liberalisation is driving price chaos in Sudan

The New Arab 25 Jul 2022
Sudan's Ministry of Energy and Mining confirmed in recent reports that 60 percent of Sudanese were no longer served by the national electricity grid, and this could increase to 80 percent, blaming the finance ministry for failing to allocate necessary funding for fuel supplies and the maintenance of power stations.
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Sudan's gold rush wreaks havoc on health

Phys Dot Org 18 Jul 2022
Artisanal gold mining is widespread across much of Sudan, employing more than two million people and producing about 80 percent of the gold extracted nationwide, according to experts. Sudan is one of the world's poorest countries, and mining remains a source of fast profits attracting many.
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'By any means': The human toll of Sudan's gold rush

France24 18 Jul 2022
A booming gold-mining industry in Sudan has seen people flock to areas ...
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For Sudan, Hope Isn't a Strategy

Human Rights Watch 06 Jul 2022
For Sudan, the U.S ... If we support a deal among the Sudanese military who took power back by force and political elites, we will see civilian-led democracy come to Sudan ... That's a possibility for Sudan too, since current military leaders have been linked to gold mining, state-owned enterprises, and other businesses sanctionable under U.S.
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CU alum captures bicultural identity of Sudanese-American creatives in ‘Revolution from Afar’

Colorado Daily 06 Jul 2022
... Sudan to the west ... I still didn’t take filmmaking seriously as a career, though, and I dabbled in the field of international relations for a bit until filmmaking friends of mine in Sudan, where I was living at the time, convinced me to give full-time filmmaking a shot.
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Pope's envoy is joyfully welcomed by faithful in South Sudan

Montana Standard 05 Jul 2022
JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — Hundreds of people braved a scorching sun Tuesday to welcome Pope Francis' envoy to South Sudan's capital, Juba, where many were disappointed last month when the pontiff canceled a trip to this East African country ... Parolin said Tuesday the pope remains willing to visit South Sudan.
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Should I buy these 2 penny stocks with a spare £1,000?

The Motley Fool 28 Jun 2022
Although they can come with a higher risk profile, penny stocks can be a great way to find growth over the long term ... The company is commencing further drilling at its flagship Barberton Mine in South Africa, while starting exploration activities in Sudan. There is always the risk, however, that future pandemic variants halt mining operations ... .
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Taliban quake response, Amhara massacre, and South Asia’s monsoon-hit millions: The Cheat Sheet

The New Humanitarian 24 Jun 2022
Our editors’ weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe. On our radar. Afghan quake tests Taliban-era aid response ... Hundreds of Amhara massacred in Ethiopia’s Oromia ... Russian mercenaries have attacked civilians in gold mining areas between Central African Republic and Sudan, according to a report in the Guardian ... .
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Russian mercenaries accused of deadly attacks on mines on Sudan-CAR border

The Observer 21 Jun 2022
Russian mercenaries have mounted a series of bloody attacks on artisanal mines in the lawless border zones between Sudan and Central African Republic (CAR) in an effort to plunder the region’s valuable gold trade, witnesses and experts have said ... Witnesses interviewed in Sudan by ...
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UAE to build Red Sea port in Sudan in $6 billion investment package

Gulf Daily News 21 Jun 2022
Under the agreement, the Fund would also make a deposit of $300 million to the Central Bank of Sudan, Abdellatif said ... "Ourselves and our partners in the UAE, we have already invested in a bank, a hotel, mining," said Abdellatif, whose conglomerate has also bid for control of one of Sudan's largest telecom companies, Zain Sudan.

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