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Perseus gets back to drilling in Sudan as conflict eases

Mining Weekly 27 May 2024
ASX- and TSX-listed Perseus Mining has restarted drilling work at ...
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What South Sudan Can Learn from Neighboring Gold Producers

Capital Ethiopia 15 May 2024
For the first time in its eight-year history, this year’s South Sudan Oil&Power (SSOP) conference and exhibition has expanded to four days to include a concurrent Mining Forum, which will explore and promote South Sudan’s untapped mining potential.
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What Is Wagner Doing in Africa?

The Atlantic 03 May 2024
State Department, Wagner soldiers have destroyed villages and murdered civilians in the CAR, “participated in the unlawful execution of people in Mali, raided artisanal gold mines in Sudan, and ...
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Explosives clearance enables aid to reach victims of war in Gaza

Voa News 01 May 2024
UNMAS officials said a mine clearance program the agency ran for many years in Sudan “was incredibly successful.” Therefore, they said, it is “very distressing” to see Sudan once again being ...
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Russian envoy holds talks with Sudanese army chief

Business Day 29 Apr 2024
The same year, Western diplomats in Khartoum said Russian private military group Wagner was involved in illicit gold mining in Sudan and was spreading disinformation. Wagner said last year that it was no longer operating in Sudan.
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The Influence of Arab Nations on Gold Prices: Implications for Regional Economies

Watan 25 Apr 2024
Sudan’s gold theft On the other hand, Sudan is known as the third-largest producer of gold in Africa, thanks to its mines scattered across the desert cities and the eastern coast.
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Milestone Reached in South Sudan Block B2 Petroleum Exploration Campaign

Capital Ethiopia 19 Apr 2024
He added that in addition to petroleum projects in South Sudan, mining would be a very important part of the future bilateral engagement ... in Juba, including the first ever South Sudan Mining Forum.
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Sudan civil war: Europe calls for improved mediation to end conflict

The National 15 Apr 2024
Sudan might face a disastrous famine ... Red Rock Mining, a mining and exploration company, which is a subsidiary of Sudan Master Technology and provides funds to the SAF, will also face restrictions ... "Sudan is out of time enough is enough.
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What caused the civil war in Sudan and how has it become one of the ...

AOL 15 Apr 2024
Fighting broke out in Khartoum, Sudan’s capital, on 15 April 2023 as an escalating power struggle between the two main factions of the military regime finally turned deadly ... The conflict in Sudan has ...
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EXPLAINER-Sudan’s conflict: Who is backing the rival commanders?

Philenews 12 Apr 2024
Western diplomats in Khartoum said in 2022 that Russia’s Wagner Group was involved in illicit gold mining in Sudan and was spreading disinformation. Hemedti said he advised Sudan to cut ties with Wagner after the U.S.
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Rwanda-backed rebels are choking the Congolese people, yet this is one conflict the world can easily end

The Observer 11 Apr 2024
The fall of the town in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) means the M23 now controls all roads in and out of Goma – and, by extension, critical mining sites and trading networks.
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The black market dealers delivering Elon Musk

The Daily Mail 10 Apr 2024
Contraband Starlink internet has helped militants operate spy drones and coordinate attacks everywhere from the civil wars in Yemen and Sudan, to the Russian-occupied regions of eastern Ukraine, like Donetsk and Crimea.
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Australian gold miner still has plan to drill in war-torn Sudan

Mining Weekly 05 Apr 2024
Australian gold producer Perseus Mining hasn’t ditched a long-term plan to mine in war-torn Sudan, even ...
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UN warns of continued threat of landmines, unexploded ordnances in South Sudan

Xinhua 04 Apr 2024
He said a large area of South Sudan needs to be cleared of mines and unexploded ordnances, noting that they are yet to access some areas due to insecurity and flooding but plan to clear all mines in South Sudan by 2028.
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What caused the civil war in Sudan and how has it become one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises?

The Observer 22 Mar 2024
Fighting broke out in Khartoum, Sudan’s capital, on 15 April 2023 as an escalating power struggle between the two main factions of the military regime finally turned deadly ... The conflict in Sudan has ...
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