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Dozens of miners in Myanmar die each year working in dangerous conditions in jade quarries, an opaque and poorly regulated industry.
Serbia suspends plans for lithium mine after environmental protests
Activists have said that lithium excavation could inflict lasting ecological damage on rivers and farmland in the region.
Colombian farmers take on David vs. Goliath fight to stop gold mining
Colombia’s land and communities are under threat from companies looking to extract precious metals.
At least 51 dead after accident in Siberia mine
Rescue operations have been halted and the missing are thought to be dead at the mine in the Kemerovo region, local authorities said.
The coal war: the battle to close Germany's lignite mines
Euronews' Hans von der Brelie heads to one of the world’s largest opencast pits, Garzweiler II, to witness for himself the battle to close the country's lignite mines.
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Poland 'must pay €500,000-a-day fine' over controversial coal mine
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Is remote Siberia the next Bitcoin mining hotspot?
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