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The strikes started in August at the mine in the northwest of the country as police opened fire on some protesters, killing 34 workers. Report says an additional 10 people died in the protests, including two police officers.

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Zimbabwe police "blood diamond" abuses continue as they ignore Kimberley Process

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Several bodies of South African Zimbabwean miners recovered after mining disaster

Niger’s uranium, poverty and France’s growing wealth

A more transparent mining industry to profit Africans

Zambia’s copper-dependent economy at a breaking point

Chinese smelters flee DR Congo without paying workers

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Namibia zinc mine strike continues

Ancient treasure ship discovered in Namibia


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