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  • Opinion: Uranium Mining Threatens South Africa's Iconic Karoo - AFKInsider

    Almost entirely unknown to the outside world, and even to most local residents, hundreds of square kilometers of South Africa's Karoo have been bought by uranium mining companies. With no strategic assessment of the industry's devastating impacts and ... Read more...

  • Uranium Participation Corp (TSE:U) Had Its Price Target Raises by Professional Analysts at TD Securities to $5.50 - Franklin Independent

    In an analyst note issued to clients by TD Securities on Friday, 29 April, Uranium Participation Corp (TSE:U) had its target upgraded to $5.50. The firm currently has Hold rating on the stock. The stock increased 0.87% or $0.04 on April 29, hitting $4.62.and more » Read more...

  • Georgia Arrests Five Trying To Sell Uranium Types Used In Bombs - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

    Georgia has arrested five people for trying to sell radioactive uranium material that could be used to make nuclear bombs, in the second such seizure this month. The State Security Service said that the five suspects were trying to sell for $3 million ... Read more...

  • Traditional owners have welcomed a deal over funding for rehabilitation of the Ranger uranium mine surrounded by ... - ABC Online

    The project was a proposed lifeline for the mine, which has struggled with the drop in the price of uranium. Last year 3 Deeps lost the support of Rio Tinto and traditional owners but ERA has not officially closed the door on the proposal. ERA may say ... Read more...

  • Uranium traces found in Regina Beach water - Regina Leader-Post

    The town of Regina Beach is dealing with traces of uranium found in its water. Claude Seguin, manager of public works and utilities for the town, said a test that is required once every two years caused concern when it found traces of uranium in one of ... Read more...

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