Russiaâ€™s state safety watchdog Rostekhnadzor has partially halted work at 12 Russian mines after safety checks following a mine blast that killed 108 people, the Reuters news agency reported on Tuesday quoting Rostekhnadzor head.
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A British citizen was among dozens of people killed in a gas explosion at a remote Siberian coal mine, Telegraph.co.uk reported March 20. Total number of victims of the deadly blast is currently 106 people, at least a dozen have not been found yet.
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According to Russian emergency officials an explosion occurred in a Siberian coal mine on Monday, no casualties have been reported yet.
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Russia hopes for a package of energy and metals deals with African states, a ministry statement said on Friday, March 16, as a government delegation left for South Africa, Angola and Namibia. Some Russian firms however deny having any such plans.
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Shares in Peter Hambro Mining bounced back by more than 12 percent in late Thursday trading, after Russian government officials indicated that the gold producerâ€™s main mining licenses were not under threat.
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Russia’s environmental watchdog has asked the Natural Resources Ministry to terminate five licensing agreements with a UK gold mining company, Peter Hambro Mining, the service said Wednesday.
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