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Mongolia Sparks Rio Concern With Push to Raise Stake in Record Copper Mine

Sep 25, 2011 11:16 PM ET

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-09-2 ... -says.html

“As a mining company, we are very aware of the impact our operations have on our host countries and particularly in Mongolia,” Rio [Tinto Group] Chairman Jan du Plessis said in at a ceremony to mark the 50 percent construction of the project in Oyu Tolgoi yesterday. The company “will continue to develop partnerships with the government of Mongolia, communities and businesses.”

President Tsakhia Elbegdorj, a former journalist who led the peaceful revolution that ended more than 65 years of [real and fake] communist rule in Mongolia in 1990, said in June he’s concerned about how to “manage” the surge of foreign investment and ensure the windfall spreads among the nation’s citizens.

Oyu Tolgoi, which means “turquoise hill,” will boost the country’s gross domestic product by 30 percent by 2020, when it reaches full production


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Reality punctures India's wishful economic thinking

MUMBAI | Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:19pm IST

http://in.reuters.com/article/2011/09/2 ... 9620110926

While governments everywhere like to put a rosy spin on things, that can be dangerous if it drives policymaking.

Despite tax collections that are roughly on target, India is running far behind on its fiscal deficit goal, reaching 55 percent of the budgeted full year total after just four months, compared with about 24 percent at the same point last year.


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Angolan police block youth protest rally: report

Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:15am GMT

http://af.reuters.com/article/topNews/i ... 26?sp=true

Angolan police on Sunday blocked about 100 protesters from marching through the capital, said Portugal's state news agency, in the second youth rally in under a month demanding President Jose Eduardo dos Santos relinquish power after 32 years.


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Sep 26, 7:21 AM EDT

Greece faces austerity strike as default looms

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/ ... 6-07-21-37

Greek police held their own protest, with the force's Special Guards unit hanging a giant black banner from the top of Lycabettus Hill in the capital reading "Pay day, day of mourning."


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Unanimous rejection of US blames

09 26 11

http://pakobserver.net/detailnews.asp?id=116292

The Pakistan Army has denied accusations by senior US officials that Pakistan’s intelligence service supports the Haqqani network, saying it is based in Afghanistan.

However, spokesman for the ISPR Major General Athar Abbas did acknowledge that the ISI had contacts with the Haqqanis.

He told CNN that any intelligence agency prefers keeping contacts with opposition groups and terrorist organizations for some sort of positive outcome.

He stressed that this does not mean the ISI supports or endorses the organization.

Abbas also added that Pakistan is not the only country which maintains contacts with the Haqqanis.


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26 September 2011 Last updated at 05:10 ET

Afghanistan: 'Two killed at Kabul CIA station'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-15055705

"After the explosion was heard, an Afghan [puppet] National Army (ANA) vehicle was passing.

CIA-employed guards opened fire on the vehicle, thinking it had attacked them."


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Interview with a participant of attack on enemy center and fuel depot near Kandahar airfield

Thursday, 18 August 2011 06:29

http://alemara1.com/english/index.php?o ... &Itemid=17

Al Emara: The media took their information about the operation from the enemy and mentioned the number of casualties of only 12 interior and foreign forces, which includes only 3 foreign troops killed. As an eye witness what do say about the number of casualties?

[Farooq:]

The enemy always tries to hide its casualties. When the first martyrdom operation took place on interior troops, that attack only killed and wounded around 12 troops including Commander Bacha Baba.

When we entered inside the base I saw with my own eyes around 11 troops get shot and were lying on the floor and I could hear them scream.

I can’t tell you the exact number because I didn’t count them, those who were shot in the Rocket attacks were far and I couldn’t see them.

I can surely tell you the casualties were even higher than this because it was a surprise attack and most of the enemy troops were inside the base and weren’t carrying their weapons. They were scared and running around in panic while we were targeting them.


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