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Sunridge Gold defines sixth mineral resource at Asmara project
by Fiona MacDonald
“We have always said that the Asmara Project is very prolific and now we have six deposits so far and probably more to go!” said president and CEO Michael Hopley.
Sunridge Gold Corp. (CVE:SGC) has added more good news to an already auspicious month with the completion of a mineral resource...
Sunridge Gold Completes Initial Resource Estimate for Near Surface Gold on Kodadu Target, Asmara Project, Eritrea
* Inferred Mineral Resource of 990,000 tonnes with an average grade of 1.24 g/t gold & 1.6 g/t silver
* Contained metal = 39,000 ounces of gold & 51,000 ounces of silver in the near surface oxide
* Less than 25 km from planned central operating...
Atlanta Resident Awet Woldegebriel Selected to Attend the 2013 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University
Oglethorpe University Junior Recognized for Leadership and Problem Solving
ATLANTA, GA (05/17/2013)(readMedia)– Atlanta resident Awet Woldegebriel was among four students selected to represent Oglethorpe University at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI-U)....
Sunridge Gold Brightens Asmara's Economics
Norther Mines 2013-05-16
Sunridge Gold (SGC-V) has outlined stronger economics in the feasibility study for its prized Asmara copper-zinc-gold project project in Eritrea, outshining last year’s prefeasibility study (PFS).
The latest study envisions mining Asmara’s four deposits— Emba Derho, Debarwa, Gupo Gold and Adi Nefas—...
Australia's South Boulder strikes Eritrea Potash deal
NAIROBI | Wed May 15, 2013 11:53am EDT
May 15 (Reuters) - Australia-based South Boulder Mines has handed the state of Eritrea an increased stake in its Colluli potash mine under the terms of a new joint venture agreement, the miner said in a statement.
South Boulder, which had held a 90 percent stake in the potash project, said...
UN: Up to 3,000 AU Soldiers Killed in Somalia
U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson
VOA News | A top U.N. official says up to 3,000 African Union soldiers have been killed in Somalia over the past few years fighting the Islamist insurgency.
U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson gave the death toll at a news conference Thursday at U.N. headquarters. Eliasson said Uganda and Burundi, which...
Peter Worthington, Eritrea's Friend and the legendary founding editor of the Toronto Sun, has died at the age of 86. Post condolences for Peter Worthington
Here is one of his previous articles,
Needless war engulfs a unique African oasis
… but hope for democracy, stability and security still alive
By PETER WORTHINGTON – Toronto Sun
Teacher Mannina Paul expelled from Eritrea: Italian "fired for being gay '
May 11, 2013
The news spread today, but the leaders of the Committee Palermo Pride, had learned directly from the teacher of letters in the Italian school in Asmara "fired by the Italian Foreign Ministry and expelled from Eritrea because homosexual." Mannina Paul, who had just returned from...
Toronto Mayor Wishes Eritreans Happy 22nd Independence Day (May 24, 2013)
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The 29 year-old native of Eritrea has left Switzerland on her own initiative together with the girls
ST. MARGRETHEN – A 29 year-old native of Eritrea and her two daughters disappeared in St. Margrethen (SG) on April 12 have been found. They left their homes and Switzerland on their own initiative, indicates a police statement today.