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The new government will review mining contracts signed under former president Blaise Compaore.
The latest request for an audit for a nation’s officially held gold reserves has come from France’s Marine le Pen.
A crackdown on illegal gold mining has spawned new smuggling routes through its border with Bolivia.
A mining ministry official says the new Indonesian coal export rules had little impact in October.
Gina Rinehart says not enough people understand the importance of mining to Australia’s economy.
The Canadian miner is being sued for alleged complicity in human-rights abuses at its Bisha gold mine.
Two firms have filed legal complaints against Poland over what they see as the unfair allocation of key permits.
Plan Nord has been dealt a crippling blow by the pending closure of a major mine as iron ore prices sink.
Several witnesses indicate they could support increased regulation of their activities.
Kumba will move some homes from the west of its Sishen mine in South Africa to a new precinct by year-end.
After a two-year probe, a U.S. Senate subcommittee is holding 2 days of hearings to question bankers on commodities activity.
Support has dropped 38%, falling short of the majority backing it needs to become law.
Colombian police say the number of foreigners involved in illegal mining is on the rise.
According to a new survey, 22 mining companies in NSW spent more than $13.6 billion during 2013/14.
U.S. mining has 'a world-class resource base, but we’re being shackled by a worst-in-class permitting system,' says Hal Quinn.
Resource industry employment in WA will drop by 20% by 2020, says a report published by CME and Deloitte Access Economics.
The country is battling perceptions and changing expectations, but it’s possible to build a new reality.
More than two years after protesters were shot dead near Lonmin's Marikana mine.
A growing global population relying on greater combinations of minerals have increased U.S. manufacturers’ minerals/metals demands.
South African police shot dead 34 miners in August 2012 during a wildcat strike at Lonmin's mine in Marikana.
The venture is struggling to persuade residents of Las Casitas in northeastern Colombia to relocate.
The company reported a lower third-quarter loss due to the start of sales at the Mongolian mine.
Rio Tinto hopes the change of leadership will unblock its plans to expand the $5.4bn Oyu Tolgoi project.
Perhaps, the Election vote demonstrates a lack of confidence among Alaska voters regarding the viability of the Pebble Project.
More than 90% of Zimbabwe's diamonds are produced in Marange and sold mostly in Belgium and Dubai.
The train derailed in Quebec and its single operator is missing following an apparent landslide.
The country’s mines minister plans to present a revised minerals law to lawmakers by year-end.
Pike River coal mine won’t attempt to retrieve the bodies because the risks remain too high.
Another ballot measure has thrown yet another hurdle into Northern Dynasty’s quest to develop the Pebble Project.
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