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U.S. Mining Company Defends Deploying Hired Thugs Against Indigenous Farmers in Peru

By Sarah Lazare / AlterNet Similar attacks on environmental defenders are mounting throughout Central and South America.
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Click here for reuse options! Similar attacks on environmental defenders are mounting throughout Central and South America. The Denver-based Newmont Mining Corporation was hit with negative press last week following reports that its...

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