Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN Cobalt is an essential component of batteries for smartphones and electric cars. Around 60% of it comes from just one country, DR Congo – and most of the metal is exported to China. But there are ethical concerns: Amnesty International says children and adults are mining cobalt in extremely hazardous conditions. Meanwhile, around a quarter of the cobalt extracted in DR Congo is sold through the black market. This report is from our France 2 colleagues, with Erin Ogunkeye. A programme prepared by Florence Viala, Gaëlle Essoo and Claire Pryde. http://www.france24.com/en/reportages Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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A CBS News investigation found that children are mining cobalt, an expensive metal used in batteries that power smartphones and electric cars. Foreign affairs columnist Bobby Ghosh speaks to CBSN about what companies like Apple and Tesla are trying to do to clean up their supply chains.
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This short documentary shows the human rights violations and environmental pollution in Democratic Republic of Congo as a result of unresponsible cobalt mining. Cobalt is used in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for smart phones, laptops, and electric vehicles. To know more about this, visit read.somo.nl/story/cobalt-blues/ and goodelectronics.org/@@search?SearchableText=cobalt
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Sabot, the specialist North/South Corridor transport operator with a track record spanning four decades, has taken delivery of the first 15 of 50 vehicle combinations ordered from its business partners Volvo Trucks and Afrit, marking the commencement of a revitalised vehicle replacement programme following the recent right- sizing of the business. See the full story here -
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Glencore mining company Katanga has made significant investments in its mines in Africa, as well as in local development and infrastructure, to support its host regions within the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Since taking over the Katanga mine in 2008, Glencore has invested close to $5 billion in our Congo mining assets; this includes capital funding to address legacy issues that are helping to regenerate the entire DRC mining industry. We have also undertaken local initiatives that support entrepreneurs in cooperatives who stimulate economic growth for local communities, and that develop or rehabilitate local transport and infrastructure. Our support of local business and infrastructure is creating strong foundations for future sustainable growth in the region; we are contributing to tremendous socioeconomic change and development for local people. Our goal is to foster self-sufficiency and to motivate our host communities to take responsibility for their own future, without overdependence on the Katanga Mine or other Congo mining companies. This involves extensive engagement with different stakeholders through formal assessments and ongoing community consultation, to determine and prioritise their needs. For more information on Glencore and KCC Kolwezi’s investments into mining in Congo, visit http://glencore.com/public-positions/supporting-development/democratic-republic-of-congo/ You can also find out more about KCC Mining, DRC at http://www.katangamining.com/corp-respo/community-investment.aspx
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A panoramic view of some hills in haut Katanga, Congo, Africa. Some natives in a huge hut sitting down, one of them blows air into a kind of small oven where some copper is melting. Liquid copper flows out from a hole and goes into a die. A view of some rocks. A hand holding a small piece of rock. A geographical map showing the province of Katanga, Congo. View of mine. Miner in a shaft are lowered down in a pit. A miner at work. Close-up of a drill. Some charges are placed in the holes, nervously drilled. A miner lights the fuses. Miners at work. Wagons of copper (ores). The contents of the wagon is crushed , then by a convey belt, is placed in another grinder, a wet grinding machine. View of the machine and of the extraction process. A geographical map of Katanga. A high chimney. Men at work in front of a high temperature oven. View of the extraction process. Liquid copper flowing in a container, then is poured in a huge cylindrical machine. The liquid copper is poured out of the machine into a container. The liquid flows in some dies. Copper bars. A view of a mine. Geographical map. View of a huge open air mine. A truck. Miners at work installing chargers. Miners walking away while one of them blows a horn. A fuse is lighted. Miners in a van drive away. A close-up of a fuse. Few explosions. Trucks moving. Trucks loaded by excavator. A truck unloaded the ores in a grinding machine. A grinding machine. Other machinery used in the production of copper. An excavator. A geographical map of Katanga. A view of another mine. The process of 'washing' the copper necessary to purify it. The different stages of the process. Few electricity generators. Other stages of the 'washing' process. Copper laminas are placed in a high-temperature oven. Liquid copper is poured inside some dies. Water is used to speed the cooling process. The copper bars being inspected by two men. Any defect is then removed. Copper bars lifted up and stored. View of the mine camp. A dam. View of the water basin. Close-up of the pipes. A view of a power station. A crowd. Miners driving excavators. A view of a mine and of an industrial factory.
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S'ABONNER pour nos vidéos http://goo.gl/QtVrna Notre TWITTER: https://twitter.com/CongoTV Mr Deo Rugwiza et le gouverneur Moise Katumbi discutent sur la facon de rendre le traffic et business meilleur entre la Zambie et le Congo sur le point commun, Kasumbalesa
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Rasamine Machinery is a veteran gold mining wash plant manufacturer with three shining yearsof excellence. Armed with experience and innovation, the company has been manufacturing, designing and testing extraordinary gold wash plant machinery for its clients. Find More: - http://www.rasamining.com
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GlencoreXStrata mine group Rustenburg has sculpted an exceptional training program that consists of theoretical training, practical training, simulation and virtual reality training and lastly mock-up based programs. All these elements aim to prepare operators for the real world practices in a safe environment. With 5DT`S simulator success in other GlencoreXStrata mines such as Eland; GlencoreXStrata Rustenburg decided to utilize 5DT`s new technology in their own training program by adding the Load Haul Dump (LHD) SimCab as well as the Drillrig SimCab. With these simulators in place they are now able to train operators on a daily basis in record time, improving their safety and overall production. 5DT`s simulators led to a massive improvement in GlencoreXStrata `s underground production and safety statistics by allowing operators to understand the working of the machines before practical onsite training. The Simulators also allow the facilitators to do continuous training and retraining of operators on a regular base. This training method continuous to provide operators with the right tools in order to become competent and experienced drivers. Chris Pretorius --Western Chrome Mines Maintenance Manager Sanvik: "I believe that simulators are very important on all mines... if you have simulators on specific machines on mines we can improve all production underground especially on our TMM machines." TMM facilitator -- William Nkosi: "Every company that needs to work safely, quickly or need to improve must buy the simulators" Trevor Richards -- Western Chrome Mines Superintendent: "I would advise mines if they do not have them to implement it, because it enhances your operator skills which lead to better operating, safer production, increase in production as well and lesser downtime. This far I am very satisfied with the service delivery of 5DT." Find out more at http://www.5dt.com/
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FairPhone is the world's first collective non-profit technology company developing a phone using minerals mined and sold under equity conditions. Recently, Fairphone undertook a fact finding mission to Katanga, the southern region in Democratic Republic of Congo. This short film is the 'Making of' version of the film made by documentarymaker Michael Schaap (to be seen at: http://vimeo.com/macdocman/fairphone). For more info about Fairphone, visit http://fairphone.com
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Emile Ramazani, 32, is an artisanal miner in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He tells the BBC how, together with his friends, he ventures 25m (82 ft) underground, without ropes or safety gear, in search of copper. Video journalist: Horaci Garcia
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Le 08 au 09 Juin 2016, Lors d'un grand rendez-vous des miniers figurait aussi AEL (African Explosives Limited). Film réalisé par Alex Tshonga
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The Democratic Republic of Congo is reeling from the effects of the fall in copper prices. Lubumbashi in particular has been hit hardest as several mines have downsized their workforce to adapt to the new prices. "We have really been affected by the fall of metal prices. We have also reduced the staff which was at 250, now we are only 200," said Dieudonne Kisimba Selemani, an administrator of the Congo Steel Mills company. Since the slump of metal prices in 2015, the economy of the world's fi… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/05/26/fallen-copper-prices-affecting-jobs-in-drc-mines Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
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Views of the Open Pit Freeport McMoRan Mine in Morenci, eastern Arizona. Mining copper, molybdenum, gold. Giant Caterpillar trucks each haul 200+ tons of ore bearing rock to be processed. Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep are often seen in the area. Music is "Ghosts N Stuff" by Deadmau5 and I have no rights to the music but if you like it you can purchase it on iTunes and other sources. Video by iPhone, still photos by Canon, all my images.
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Glencore cfo to assist katanga in strengthening its corporate governance JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – JSE- and LSE-listed Glencore has nominated three directors, including its CFO Steve Kalmin, to serve on the board of subsidiary company, TSX-listed Katanga Mining. The three directors will work with Katanga’s independent directors to implement the required remediation measures to strengthen Katanga’s corporate governance, compliance and control processes. This follows the completion of Katanga’s internal review of certain past accounting practices, which have re...
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Mopani Copper Mines Mopani Copper Mines Plc (Mopani) is a joint venture company based in Kitwe as 95% of its operations are located there, comprising Glencore International AG (73.1%), First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (16.9%) and Zambian Consolidated Copper Mines Limited (10%). Mopani operates the Mufulira mine, smelter, concentrator and copper refinery and the Nkana mine, concentrator and cobalt plant. MCM produced 134,800 tons of copper and 2,040 tons of cobalt in 2003. MCM is investing in a number of oxide copper projects at several of its properties, including an in-situ leaching project at Mufulira and heap leaching at Nkana, and has achieved significant production increases at its underground mining operations in Kitwe and Mufulira. Copper production from internal sources was supplemented by the purchase of some 18,000 tons of copper in high-grade oxide concentrate bought from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Nkana Mine Nkana mine is one of the largest in Africa, a copper mine located 1 km south-west of Kitwe. The mine is underground as well as open pit and is in operation since 1932 and has produced 6,000,000 tons of copper so far. Its reserves underground include 69,000,000 tons of grading, 16,000,000 tons of copper, and 98,000 tons of cobalt. Its resources include 126,000,000 tons of grading, 43,000,000 tons of copper, and 300,000 tons of cobalt. Copper and cobalt mineralisation occur within the ore shale. Copper mineralisation in the deposits changes from mostly chalcopyrite in the South Orebody, to chalcopyrite-bornite in the Central area and to bornite-chalcopyrite at Mindola. Cobalt occurs as carrollite and cobaltiferous pyrite in approximately equal proportions. The mine produces copper and cobalt from three sources: Mindola Shaft, Central Shaft and South Orebody Shaft. Vertical crater retreat is the predominant mining method while sublevel open-stopping and sublevel caving methods are also used. Other metallurgical facilities, under a management contract by an affiliate of the Anglo American Group, include the Nkana smelter (not owned by Mopani), acid plant (not owned by Mopani) and copper refinery (not owned by Mopani). There is extensive mine tailings around this mine. Nkana Concentrator Nkana Concentrator of Mopani mines, located in Kitwe, treats copper-cobalt sulphide ore using a bulk flotation and segregation flotation flowsheet to produce separate copper and cobalt concentrates. Nkana Concentrator is the most important mineral processing unit of Mopani, as it contributes about 65% of cobalt concentrates treated at the Nkana and Chambeshi Cobalt plants to produce high purity cobalt metal. Konkola Copper Mine Konkola Copper Mine (KCM) is the largest copper mining company in the country. Although based in Chingola, 15% of its operations—namely Nkana Refinery, Nkana Acid Plants and Nkana Smelter (the largest smelter in the nation) -- are located in Kitwe. The Nkana Smelter is the largest primary copper production plant in Zambia. The plant treats concentrates mainly from Nkana, Nchanga, and Konkola mines, which are wholly owned by KCM to produce up to 150,000 tons of new copper. Nkana Smelter The smelter produces high grade anodes, which are electrolytically refined. Sulphur dioxide gas produced by the converters is converted into sulphuric acid which is then used at the Tailings Leach Plant in Nchanga for recovering oxide copper. The smelter also produces discard slag from the reverbs that is rich in cobalt which is stored for future reclamation. This smelter was part of the Konkola Copper Mine's operation at privatisation and has subsequently closed. Nkana Refinery The Nkana Copper Refinery produces electrolytically refined copper in the form of cathodes. The copper meets the LME premium quality grade. The tankhouse has a capacity of about 180,000 tons of finished copper per annum. Nkana Acid Plants There are two single contact sulphuric acid plants at Smelterco, namely the No.3 and No.4 plants. No.3, the largest, is still operational. The plant has a design capacity of 1,050 tons of acid per day. FROM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mining_in_Zambia
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African Metals Corporation is a Canadian company listed on the TSX Venture (Symbol: AFR) and Frankfurt (WKN 912759) focused on the discovery and development of significant high grade copper-cobalt deposits in the highly mineralised Katanga Copper Belt in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This interview with Nigel Ferguson, President & CEO of African Metals, was recorded on the 16th of June 2010 during a European roadshow trip. (deutsche Untertitel verfügbar)
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Unions in Zambia have called on Glencore to surrender the Zambia Mopani Copper Mine to the government rather than lay off workers. The Swiss based company's Zambia unit plans to suspend production at the mine for 18 months and lay off more than 3,800 workers in Africa's second-biggest copper producer as it struggles under a depressed global copper prices and rising production costs.
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The Congo has rich mineral reserves and, following a slump during the financial crisis, it's copper industry is on the bounce. But people in the south of the country living close to production factories are complaining of illnesses linked to chemical leaks. A Voiced AFPTV Report
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English/Nat The head of the planned multinational force to Zaire has met with the Zairean rebel leader to discuss how to deliver food to Rwandan refugees. Hundreds of them are still stuck in rebel-held eastern Zaire. Thousands of new refugees streamed into Sake, 14 kilometres (nine miles) west of Goma on Thursday, but were forced to run for cover as fighting broke out. They were later picked up by U-N refugee agency trucks and driven to the Rwandan border. Refugees stream along a road heading towards Sake, just outside Goma, when gun-fire forces them to run for cover. It's suspected the fighting is between a local tribe and Zairean rebels who are still in control of the area. Journalists were in the area talking to Canadian General Maurice Baril, the head of the planned multinational force to Zaire, when gun shots rang out from hills above the town. The shots don't appear to have been aimed at Baril or his convoy. Baril visited the rebel-held city of Goma to discuss the proposed force with Zairean rebel chief Laurent Kabila, who shares the Rwandan government's view that there is no need for military intervention. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I discussed all the different means at hand, and we all agreed that it's in the interests of everyone to coordinate our efforts for this very specific humanitarian mission that has no political aim or military aim whatsoever. He understood that and will certainly coordinate our action." SUPER CAPTION: Canadian General Maurice Baril Baril said the aim would be to find those refugees still at risk. SOUNDBITE: (English) "First of all, if we have the capacity, I think we'll have the means to respond to it especially with the capability to parachute food to them, but it's one of the last resorts if this crisis hasn't settled itself on its own. But there are some folks still at risk out there and we've got to find out exactly where they are, and I can tell you that there's a mission UNHCR and some other experts that will try to go up on foot. They tried today and they reached some places where there was some mines. They couldn't go with a vehicle today." SUPER CAPTION: Canadian General Maurice Baril Amid dwindling international concern, Baril is trying to inject a sense of urgency into efforts to bring food to Rwandan Hutu refugees still in eastern Zaire. There were an estimated 1-point-2 (m) million refugees before fighting between the rebels, Zairean troops and Hutu extremists forced them from their camps. In mid-November, up to 600-thousand went home to Tutsi-dominated Rwanda, which they fled in 1994 fearing reprisals for the genocide of up to a million Tutsis and moderate Hutus. On Thursday, hundreds of refugees streaned into Sake where they were registered with the U-N-H-C-R and then trucked back into Rwanda. The U-N refugee agency said it was bringing in 70 trucks to transport the refugees back to Rwanda, but it appeared the trucks were only covering the last 14 kilometres (nine miles) from Sake to the Rwandan border. The Canadian government, still anxious to act, has proposed air drops of food into eastern Zaire, despite opposition from the Zairean government. Aid workers dismissed the idea as dangerous and expensive. Refugees who have gone home were mostly from camps around Goma, at the northern tip of Lake Kivu, which forms part of the border between Zaire and Rwanda. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f04d24f1f2d5141d87532f7717818a67 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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"Lao Yang and Eddy both work for a company called CREC (Chinese Railway Engineering Company). They have just set up camp near the remote mining town of Kolwezi in the Katanga province of the RDC. The goal of the company is to redo the road - covering 300km - that connects Kolwezi with the capital of the province Lubumbashi. Lao Yang is head of logistics of the group. He is responsible for the equipment, building materials and food (mainly chickens) to arrive in the isolated Chinese prefab camp. The Congolese government was supposed to deliver these things but so far the team hasn't received anything. With Eddy (a Congolese man who speaks Mandarin fluently) as an intermediate, Lao Yang is forced to leave the camp and deal with local Congolese entrepreneurs, because without the construction materials the road works will cease. What follows is an endless, harsh, but absurdly funny roller coaster of negotiations and misunderstandings, as Lao Yan learns about the Congolese way of making deals." IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2148945/ Videos on this channel are presented for educational and entertainment purposes only. No ownership is claimed. If your content is on this channel and you would like it removed, please contact me before filing a strike and I will gladly remove it. Please mirror any videos you like.
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Democratic Republic of Congo has said that it still plans to change the country's mining code,in an apparent retreat from comments made by the department's minister on Wednesday. According to Minister Martin Kabwelulu, the government had decided to maintain the country's 2002 mining code due to the impact of low copper prices on the sector. “We have not abandoned the plan to revise the code,” said Mukasa “The new draft mining code is still with parliament and the ministry could be called to… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2016/02/12/d-r-congo-plans-to-change-mining-code Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
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For more than 60 years the mining town of Blyvooruitzicht sat on one of South Africa's richest gold deposits. But a diminishing return on investment prompted the owner to shut the mine, throwing all 1,700 workers out of a job.
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The Zambia Revenue Authority-ZRA at Kasumbalesa border has collected over 342 million kwacha as at October 31st 2017 against the annual target of 328 million kwacha. ZRA Deputy Station manager MARTIN CHANDA said the authority has modernization of the border post has helped improve the monitoring of traffic into and out of the region. Mr. CHANDA said the modern electronic traffic management system that is been used by a private Israeli firm has also helped smuggling at Kasumbalesa. Mr. CHANDA said this when Finance FELIX MUTATI meet representatives from Zambia Revenue Authority-ZRA and Zambia integrated property border crossing company-ZIPBCC And Mr. MUTATI says Government will remain stead fast by ensuring that it boasts domestic revenue so as to improve the economy. Mr. MUTATI said he was impressed with security measures that have been instituted at Kasumbalesa boarder post adding that this has reduced smuggling in the area. He further urged security wings at the border to continue clamping down those involved in smuggling activities. And Chililabombwe Mayor CHRISTABEL MULALA said despite smuggling levels reducing at the border there was need to construct a fence to enhance security. Meanwhile, ZIPBCC share holder representative SARON DANDROVICH said the company has spent over four million United States dollars towards improving the new state of infrastructure at boarder post. Mr.. DANDROVICH also assured government that his company is the process of developing a trade center for small scale traders on the Zambian side.
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Kafubu water and sewerage company has spent over two hundred thousand kwacha to overhaul the broken water pipes in Ndola's upper Ndeke. Residents in the area have for the past twenty years.
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Canada’s First Quantum Minerals on Wednesday was hopeful of resolving a dispute with Zambia over a whopping 76.5 billion Zambian kwacha ($8.07 billion) bill for unpaid duties on imported mining equipment. Zambia has reduced “significant” tax assessments against it in the past, Chief Executive Philip Pascall said on a conference call with analysts. He declined to speculate on the possible outcome of Zambia’s review of the latest claim, which involves more than 23,000 documents and could take up … READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2018/03/22/zambia-slaps-canadian-mining-giant-with-8bn-bill-for-unpaid-import-duties Africanews on YouTube brings you a daily dose of news, produced and realised in Africa, by and for Africans. Africanews is the first pan-African multilingual media outlet, unique in its concept and vision. Subscribe on our Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/africanews and receive all the latest news from the continent. Africanews is available in English and French. Website : www.africanews.com Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/africanews.channel/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/africanews
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Vassilios Carellas, chief executive of exploration and mine development company Ortac Resources (LON:OTC), says the cobalt grades identified by its Zambian partner Zamsort are “pretty significant if not just as valuable as the copper.” He is referring to the trenching results from the partnership’s Kalaba Open Pit in Zambia. “The material that is imminently going to be mined is of a grade which most copper asset heap leach operations in the world today would make a lot of money on.” To progress the project, Vassilios is hopeful of bringing another party on board in the next month or two.
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Simon Ingram, chief executive of Toronto-listed Reservoir Minerals (CVE:RMC), says the company has discovered “very high grade copper and gold discovery in Serbia”, which he compares to “Congo grades in the heart of Europe”. The project is being developed with partner Freeport McMoRan. Reservoir also owns 100% of four licences neighbouring that discovery. Since being spun out from Reservoir Capital three years ago, the market capitalisation of Reservoir Minerals has grown from C$15mln to a C$300mln.
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What role does resource nationalism play in shaping the metals and mining industry? Mr Clive Newall, President and Director of First Quantum Minerals, joins us at the 2014 Ecosperity conference to offer his thoughts on the metals and mining industry.
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ACLU accuses U.S. of separating immigrant families seeking asylumHOUSTON -- The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a class-action lawsuit Friday accusing the U.S. government of broadly separating immigrant families seeking asylum. The lawsuit follows action the ACLU took in the case of a , who the group said was taken from her mother "screaming and crying" and placed in a Chicago facility.While the woman was released Tuesday from a San Diego detention center, the girl remains in the facility 2,000 miles away. Immigrant advocates say the mother and daughter's case is emblematic of the approach taken by President Trump's administration. The lawsuit, which asks a judge to declare family separation unlawful, says "hundreds of families" have been split by immigration authorities. The lawsuit also raises the case of a Brazilian woman who the ACLU says was separated from her 14-year-old son after they sought asylum in August. The ACLU says the woman was given a roughly 25-day sentence jail sentence for illegally entering the country and then placed in immigration detention facilities in West Texas, while her son was taken to a Chicago facility. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has not announced a formal policy to hold adult asylum seekers separately from their children. But administration officials have said they are separating parents and children to deter others from trying to enter the U.S. DHS acting press secretary Tyler Houlton, in a statement last week on the case of the Congolese woman and her daughter, said government officials have to verify that children entering the U.S. are not victims of traffickers and that the adult accompanying them is actually their parent. In separate court papers filed Wednesday, the U.S. government said it is awaiting the results of DNA testing to confirm the woman is the girl's mother. "We ask that members of the public and media view advocacy group claims that we are separating women and children for reasons other than to protect the child with the level of skepticism they deserve," Houlton said. It's hard to determine how often parents and children are placed in separate facilities after they seek asylum, which is granted to people who have a credible fear of persecution if they are forced to return to their home country. Different government agencies are responsible for holding adults and children. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detains adults accused of immigration violations, while the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services cares for unaccompanied immigrant children. Immigration advocates criticized President Barack Obama's administration for opening new family detention facilities in Texas and called for parents and children to be released. The two Texas facilities that it opened were found by a federal judge in 2015 to violate a long-standing 1997 settlement requiring children be released or otherwise held in the "least restrictive setting" available. That The lawsuit says "hundreds of families" have been split by immigration authorities US News, World News, Politics News, Entertainment News,Health News, Moneywatch,Science & Technology News,crimesider
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