Hundreds of Romanians protested today in Trafalgar Square against a draft bill passed by their government that will allow a Canadian firm, Gabriel Resources, to create Europe's largest open-cast gold mine in the village of Rosia Montana.
For the fourth Sunday in a row, the Romanian population has organized a global protest movement, taking place in over 60 cities across Romania and the world, ranging from Washington DC to Shanghai. A...
Bucharest (AFP) - Romanian authorities have covered up crucial documents and sacked whistleblowing academics to please a Canadian company planning to open a huge gold mine in the heart of Transylvania, rights groups say.
The leading European heritage organisation, Europa Nostra, has expressed its serious concern about the draft law which would allow a Canadian-based company to set up Europe’s biggest open-cast gold mine in Roşia Montană.
Thousands of people have turned out in Romania to protest plans by a Canadian company to develop Europe's biggest gold mine. The open-cast mine would involve the use of cyanide and the razing of four mountains.
Thousands protested in Bucharest yesterday against the proposed Rosia Montana mine.
Last month, Whitehorse, Yukon-based mining company Gabriel Resources Ltd. threatened the Romanian government with 'litigation for multiple breaches of international investment treaties' for up to $4-billion if it didn't approve the controversial gold mine.
Bucharest (AFP) - Thousands marched Sunday across Romania to protest against a Canadian company's plans to open a gold mine seen as a threat to the environment, and called for the government's resignation.
Now over two weeks into ongoing protests that give no indication of subsiding, the major political actors in Romania struggle to deal with an increasingly larger and more vocal segment of the population.
The Rosia Montana mine in Romania is currently one of Europe's most controversial projects. Plans by Bucharest to push through approval for the large-scale mining that would eliminate an entire town have sparked mass protests.
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