In pictures: Kyrgyzstan gold mine protests. There have been angry clashes in Kyrgyzstan after hundreds of police moved in to disperse a protest over a valuable Canadianowned gold mine. About
Gold mine protests in northeastern Thailand go viral after shot fired. Clashes around a gold mine in Thailands Loei province went viral Wednesday after an official fired a shot into the air during a confrontation with activists and locals. The hashtag Gold Mine in Loei Province has been
Gold mining is a more sensitive issue than many others, because foreign companies stir up public reaction to limit the extraction of their competitors. Twelve years ago, a similar environmental campaign was organised against a gold mine near the western Turkish town of Bergama and it turned out that professionals had been hired by a German Gold mining company to provoke protests.
Around 50,000 people are believed to have taken to the streets of Bucaramanga, the capital of Colombian department Santander, to protest a proposed 1.2bn gold mine over fears that the project will damage the local environment. The proposed Soto Norte gold project is owned by Sociedad Minera de Santander Minesa , of which the United Arab
Protests erupt in Romania over gold mine Across the country, thousands of people have taken to the streets in protest of Europe 39s largest gold mine. quotThey take our gold, and we get cyanide,quot they
Greeces troubled mining industry: violent protests and economics of necessity. 24 Feb 2013 Last Updated February 24th, 2013 18:30 Armed attacks, furious protests and ongoing legal battles have left Greece 39s resurgent gold mining industry in a precarious position. As another gold mine is expected to be approved soon, can Greece 39s gold
The protests in Kyrgyzstan started after livestock grazing near the mine began to die last month something that residents blamed on toxic spillage, the government said.
Street protests are snowballing in Romania against a Canadianled gold mining project in Rosia Montana Claudia Ciobanu for IPS, part of the Guardian Environment Network Tue 17 Sep 2013 06.28 EDT
Canadabased Alamos Gold has defended its environmental record at a mining project in western Turkey against a wave of protests, saying it had paid for future reforestation at the
well as the Chinese stateowned developers of the gold, copper and silver mine proposed for the remote The proposed Frieda River mine has been the subject of protests by residents of the Sepik