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"… a report, Fatal Extraction: Australian mining in Africa. …"

"… e tolerated in better-regulated nations. Across the continent, Australian mining companies have been implicated in deaths, cases of alleged negligence, ill …"

"… munities. View our unique multimedia report, Fatal Extraction: Australian mining in Africa. …"

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"… f the Pultizer Center for Crisis Reporting.      …"

"… ker deaths over an eleven-year period. Australia has more publicly-traded mining companies with interests in Africa – more than 150 at the end of 2014 in …"

"… bsp; View our unique multimedia report, Fatal Extraction: Australian mining in Africa An investigation by the International Consortium of Invest …"

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"… ons. View our unique multimedia report, Fatal Extraction: Australian mining in Africa. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICI …"

"… and news articles reporting fatalities directly or indirectly connected to mining activities in Africa. We were able to document more than 380 deaths in 13 …"

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"… two occasions. The union also met with these officials last November. The mining association did not respond to a request for comment about the study relea …"

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"… al virtually all awards to an administrative law judge. This is often when mining companies develop further medical evidence to challenge a claim. To addre …"

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"… IH), as well as other independent doctors, have linked the pattern to coal mining. “It’s certainly related to their work,” said David Weissman, head …"

"… ry continue to testify that there is no evidence of any connection between mining and this form of disease. This leaves the complex medical issue to be argu …"

"… case is going to set a precedent,” Latusek said. “There is nothing in mining that makes it insanitary, and any insanitary conditions which may exist ar …"

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"… rst is that black lung is an old man’s illness, a relic of a past era of mining. The second: With coal on the decline, black lung is slowly fading into ob …"

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"… rst is that black lung is an old man’s illness, a relic of a past era of mining. The second: With coal on the decline, black lung is slowly fading into ob …"

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"… both sides dreamed up many civilian uses for nuclear explosives, including mining, harbor dredging and even for oil and gas extraction -- like fracking on s …"

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"… the U.S. Department of the Interior, which was responsible for regulating mining and metal industries. Bowditch wrote: "Aside from the kids that are poiso …"

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"… T-32596, “has not been restored to conditions that existed prior to undermining.” They called further remediation attempts “futile,” and demanded th …"

"… about five other streams “not recovered from the effects of underground mining.” The agency said it “now requires Consol to perform compensatory miti …"

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"… se has returned amid widespread cheating on required dust sampling by some mining companies and enforcement lapses by MSHA.In October 2010, the agency propo …"

"… s could be exposed, but the proposal has drawn opposition from some in the mining industry and Congress. Some miners’ advocates worry the rule could die, …"

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"… igh levels of toxic compounds in soil and water around mountaintop-removal mining sites in central Appalachia, a potentially groundbreaking finding with hum …"

"… ting air, water and soil, researchers concluded that people in mountaintop mining communities in southern West Virginia live in an environment with signific …"

"… umented health problems in the region are linked, at least in part, to the mining operations.Bill Orem, USGS research geochemist and project chief, said min …"

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"… oopholes, though it would still leave much of the sampling in the hands of mining companies. Last December, House Republicans inserted language in a previou …"

"… tions committee, are up for re-election this year, and both count the coal mining industry among their top donors. Rogers, a Kentucky Republican, has long b …"

"… gers, a Kentucky Republican, has long been a champion of the industry, and mining companies have donated more to his campaigns over the years – about $378 …"

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"… lators might be more aggressive in filing civil and criminal cases against mining companies that violate dust standards, the communication says.The investig …"

"… dbreaking reports should be a call to action for everyone connected to the mining industry,” said Sen. Tom Harkin, an Iowa Democrat. “I think the Depart …"

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"… taries involvement in the coltan trade, Colombia is moving to curb illegal mining of the highly sought after mineral.Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Co …"

"… n-rich region a “strategic reserve, for national security reasons.”The mining industry there is currently controlled by what Mines and Energy Minister M …"

"… y official said Monday that the government eventually hopes to auction off mining permits to legitimate companies, according to the Wall Street Journal.The …"

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"… n and tungsten.“We are seeing the emergence of illegal groups engaged in mining activities, especially in rare-earth [minerals] in the eastern part of Col …"

"… s] in the eastern part of Colombia, very distant and remote areas in which mining is illegal,” said Mauricio Cárdenas, chief of Colombia’s mining Minis …"

"… he legitimate flow of minerals that feeds high-tech manufacturers. Illegal mining and smuggling have led to human-rights abuses against vulnerable tribal me …"

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"… ian government is assisting in soil and mineral studies and the mapping of mining regions. Sadra, an Iranian-government-owned industrial company, operates a …"

"… mats and government officials, including José Salamat Khan, Venezuela’s mining minister.Later, Khan confirmed that Venezuela was working with Iranian min …"

"… ing minister.Later, Khan confirmed that Venezuela was working with Iranian mining experts.“We decided to work with the Iranian brothers in the exploration …"

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"… nd litigation could ramp up — with consequences not only for underground mining, but also for industries such as trucking, rail and shipping.Exposure isn' …"

"… feel compelled to challenge it because they don't want more regulations on mining equipment and locomotives and trucks,” Hricko said.Henry Chajet, a Patto …"

"… Haik of Lafayette, La., who had earlier granted the committee, along with mining companies and their scientists, the right to pre-publication review of suc …"

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"… st blown from a 2,000-acre tailings pile — an ever-expanding mountain of mining waste — continue to deposit those same metals and other poisons on this …"

"… blowing dust from the tailings pile.Asarco is owned by a Mexico City-based mining and smelting conglomerate, Grupo México, which reported what it called …"

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"… ookings Institution, said in an email to FactCheck.org.Indeed, jobs in the mining and logging sector, which includes energy, have gone up by 25 percent sinc …"

"… ic product, according to the Bureau of Economic Analysis. It beat out mining, which was the state's second largest industry.In terms of the total numbe …"

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"… is located.“There’s no question that there will always be dust in coal mining,” Dr. Edward Petsonk, a physician and professor at West Virginia Univers …"

"… rotect miners from dust exposure, but the agency faces resistance from the mining industry, which says the rule wouldn’t be effective and could have grave …"

"… panies to turn to areas containing less coal and more rock. This means the mining equipment grinds up more silica dust, which is potentially more damaging t …"

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"… proposed cooperative program would be “the exact wrong direction.” …"

"… es are much less common. “If you look at the reduced number of deaths in mining, the Mine Act and mandatory inspection program has been effective and save …"

"… been effective and saved lives,” Main said.  “I believe that, for mining, the mandatory inspection process should continue.”A spokesman for the N …"

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"… aid March 22 when announcing the opening of acreage in Wyoming to new mining.Even so, the coal industry says it is concerned about the criticism of coa …"

"… er about 200 permits that have been held up. “There is still active mining going on, but it’s very hard to expand a mine,” she said, adding that …"

"… en up 7,400 acres of public land in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin to coal mining. The Natural Resources Defense Council said an estimated 758 million tons …"

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