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Australia mining company sorry for losing radioactive device

PERTH, Australia (AP) — A mining company apologized Sunday for the loss of a highly radioactive capsule across a 1,400-kilometer…

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Economy

SMALL CAP CONCEPT: Are smaller sized gold mining companies the much better alternative?

Gold is close to a record high rate and may well be on course to break through the historical US$2,000…

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News

Lawsuit: Mining giant ‘turned blind eye’ to Zambia lead poisoning

The plaintiffs argue that decades of mining have made the Kabwe community ‘one of the most polluted places in the…

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News

Mining giants are hunting for deals again after a decade on the sidelines

The largest miner had already expanded its bargaining team in London and was interested in pursuing a transformative deal, Bloomberg…

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Sweden discovers the largest deposit of rare earth metals in Europe

#Sweden #discovers #largest #deposit #rare #earth #metals #Europe The EU is looking for sources other than China for these crucial…

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Mining worker is sacked after forcing a woman to sexually penetrate him with a plastic tool

Mine worker fired after forcing a woman to sexually penetrate him with a plastic tool BHP worker Dane Anthony Bloem,…

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News

Perth Mining company Mineral Resources forced to hunt for workers in New Zealand to fill $300k job

The $300k job Australians don’t want: A desperate company is forced to find workers in New Zealand for high-paying positions.…

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Sports

Glencore to pay $180m over DRC corruption claims

The commodities company reached a settlement over allegations of bribery between 2007 and 2018. Commodity giant Glencore has agreed to…

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News

Nevada law enforcement officials rescue stranded donkey from a mining hole in dramatic video

A dramatic video shows the moments when agents from a Nevada law enforcement agency had to perform a rescue mission…

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Science

Mining is still dangerous—but new tech in South Africa could keep workers safer

This article was originally published on Undark. Thabang Ditibane spread his arms wide to describe the size of the stone that…

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