Volume 97 Number 16 Jun 6 - 12, 2011

South American Silver advances in Bolivia

Proposed changes to laws governing mines owned and operated by the Bolivian State Mining Corporation, or COMIBOL, will have no impact on South American Silver’s (SAC-T) 100%-owned Malku Khota silver-indium project, the company says.

Peruvians protest against Bear Creek’s Santa Ana

The Peruvian government has authorized the deployment of armed military troops to southern Peru’s Puno region in response to large anti-mining protests that have blocked roads connecting the country with Bolivia.

Cayden advances three North American projects

The team behind Ghana-focused Keegan Resources (KGN-T. KGN-X) has set its sights on advancing several North American prospects through relatively new entrant Cayden Resources (CYD-V).

Prodigy doubles program at Magino

Prodigy Gold (PDG-V) has more than doubled a 20,000-metre drill program at its Magino gold deposit near Wawa, Ont., to 45,000 metres after recent results defined new targets of resource expansion.  

Batero Gold's Batero-Quinchia project, 55 km north of Pereira in Risaralda department, Colombia. Photo by Batero Gold

Batero’s new Colombian results show promise

Eight drills are turning on Batero Gold’s (BAT-V)  two gold and porphyry centres at its 100%-owned Batero-Quinchia project in Colombia. The project is 20 km north of Medoro Resources’ (MRS-V) Marmato project and 100 km southeast of…

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