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Government renews Uranium Mining Ban in British Columbia/Canada

24. April 2008

24 April 2008, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada The Province will not support the exploration and development of uranium in British Columbia and is establishing a “no registration reserve” under the Mineral Tenure Act for uranium and thorium, Minister of State for Mining Kevin Krueger announced today.

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Labrador Inuit vote for uranium mining ban

8. April 2008

Labrador’s Nunatsiavut government narrowly passed a controversial bill Tuesday that prohibits uranium mining on Inuit-owned land for three years. The moratorium, which passed 8-7, goes into effect immediately and will stay in place until March 31, 2011 when it will be revisited, according to a news release. The ban applies to the working, production, mining…

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Uranium Mining Ban in New Brunswick … not in place yet

18. March 2008

City council in Moncton, N.B., voted unanimously Monday night to call on the province to ban all uranium exploration and mining in New Brunswick. The Liberal Government of New Brunswick defeated a ban on uranium mining in New Brunswick. Environmental groups continue to struggle for a ban. Futher information:CBC News – Moncton wants N.B. to…

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Ban on Uranium Mining in Virginia / USA since 1981 (!)

5. March 2008

The state of Virginia / US has a current moratorium on uranium mining in place since 1981. It can be lifted only if the Virginia General Assembly enacts enabling legislation to allow for development of regulations to mine uranium.

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Uranium One History – February 2008 – Froneman says Dominion a solid asset as Uranium One continues its slide

22. February 2008

By: Matthew Hill 22nd February 2008 While distressed uranium-miner Uranium One’s stock continued its downward spiral on Friday, shedding a further 15%, questions had been raised about the legitimacy of its Dominion Reefs Uranium Mine, near Klerksdorp, after 2008 production forecasts were slashed by one-quarter.

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Uranium One History – February 2008 – Uranium One Reports More Bad News at Dominion

21. February 2008

By Jon A. Nones February 21, 2008 St. LOUIS () — More bad news has befallen a uranium producer much covered by RI. On Thursday, Uranium One slashed its 2008 production forecast by 32% from a previous estimate due to slow underground development of the Dominion mine in South Africa. And CEO Neal Froneman resigned.

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Uranium One History – December 2007 – Dominion Uranium Project Update 2007

14. December 2007

By: Desislava Tzoneva 14th December 2007 The capital cost to complete phase one of Uranium One’s Dominion Reefs uranium mine (Drum) project is estimated to be about 25% more than the 2006 feasibility study estimate of $180-million. Company president and CEO Neal Froneman tells Mining Weekly that changes in design, scope, material specifications and material…

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Strahlenschutzkommission bestätigt Kinderkrebsrisiko in der Nähe von AKWs

10. October 2007

Pressemitteilung zur “Kinderkrebsstudie”, Umweltinstitut München, 10. Oktober 2008 … read more

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Gabon: une ONG dénonce l’impact de l’exploitation minière sur la population (AFP)

16. August 2007

LIBREVILLE — Irradiation, pollution des rivières, disparition de la pêche: dans un rapport publié lundi, l’ONG Brainforest alerte sur les impacts de l’exploitation minière des sociétés françaises Areva et Eramet, sur les populations dans l’est du Gabon.

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Uranium One History – May 2007 – World’s Best Uranium Stock

9. May 2007

Uranium One’s US$1.5 billion takeover of Energy Metals will place SXR among the world’s top two uranium producers by 2013. By 2013, Canadian-based Uranium One (SXR on TSX) expects to produce 28 million pounds of uranium annually, second only to Cameco (CCJ on NYX; CCO on TSX). Recently, Cameco’s stock price has hovered around US$51…

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Uranium One History – March 2007 – SXR starts processing uranium at Dominion Reefs

1. March 2007

  SXR starts processing uranium at Dominion Reefs Thu Mar 1, 2007 12:08pm EST (Reuters) – SXR Uranium One Inc. SXR.TO said on Thursday that it started processing underground uranium ore on schedule this week at its Dominion Reefs mine in South Africa. The uranium and gold miner expects to produce 3.8 million pounds of…

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Uranium One History – 2006 – Big Chancs at Uranium One

29. December 2006

By Inge Olivier  At a very informative day a few weeks ago, our Executive Mayor China Dodovu and other delegates from the Department of Labour -Education and other Community members were guests at the Uranium One, Dominion Reefs Uranium Mine.  Bruce Jones, the Executive Vice President of Uranium One invited the Media for a briefing…

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Indigenous World Uranium Summit: Worldwide Ban on Uranium Mining, Processing, Enrichment etc.

2. December 2006

Window Rock, Navajo Nation, USA, 2 December 2006 In December 2006, an Indigenous World Uranium Summit was held in Window Rock, Dineh (Navajo) Reservation, Arizona, USA, one of the areas severely contaminated by uranium mining from the past. Participants issued a Declaration and ‘demand a worldwide ban on uranium mining, processing, enrichment, fuel use, and…

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Uranium One History – August 2006 – Uranium Study: Feasibility of Dominion Reefs points toward 30-year mine

6. August 2006

2006-08-06 SOUTH AFRICA – SXR URANIUM ONE of Toronto has completed the Phase I feasibility study of its Dominion Reefs project near Klerksdorp and concluded it would be possible to develop a mine with a 30-year life.

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ARMZ History – October 2005 – The Times: Sent to Siberia, the oligarch who had it all – and lost it

31. October 2005

By Jeremy PageAn imprisoned oligarch will not allow his spirit to be broken by jail, reports our correspondent One man is a former Soviet dissident who spent four years in the gulags and fifteen working as a bus driver before becoming an Orthodox priest. The other is a former Communist youth activist who became the…

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ARMZ History – October 2005 – Novosti: Khodorkovsky resigns from business union

31. October 2005

MOSCOW, October 31 (RIA Novosti) – Former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky, now serving an eight-year prison term for fraud and tax evasion, announced his resignation from the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Monday, putting an end to speculation that he might be expelled in spring.

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Dineh (Navajo) Nation outlaws Uranium Mining (USA/Arizona)

22. April 2005

Window Rock, Navajo Nation, Arizona, USA, 22. April 2005 The Navajo Nation has outlawed uranium mining and processing on its reservation, which sprawls across parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah and contains one of the world’s largest deposits of uranium ore. … read more

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TESTSITE: Media on Uranium

8. January 2000

Medien über Uran / Uranabbau und dessen Folgen Media on Uranium / Uranium Mining and its Impacts Filme und Videos / Films and Videos   Yellow Cake – Die Lüge von der sauberen Energie ein Film von Joachim Tschirner (2005 – 2010, 108 min.) In Freiburg – Kino im Friedrichsbau – ab 10. März 2011:…

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