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With an increasingly cash-strapped and hungry citizenry, the survival of Zimbabwe's current government will hinge heavily on keeping its security forces paid and happy. Though doing so will be no easy feat given the country's depleted reserves.
British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has halted its operations at the Richards Bay Minerals site in South Africa following an outbreak of violence against its staff by surrounding communities, Mining Weekly reported Dec. 4.
As it seeks to counter U.S. interests in Latin America, Russia is turning to an old playbook. But instead of arming Marxist groups with weapons, this time Moscow's arming anti-government protesters with rhetoric.
The Indonesian government has reversed its decision to immediately impose its raw nickel ore export ban from earlier this week and said the ban would go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, as initially intended, Bloomberg reported Oct. 29.
Chinese companies will move ahead with a range of projects to revitalize the abandoned Gold Ridge mine on Guadalcanal island in the Solomon Islands as part of a $825 million deal, Reuters reported Oct. 29.
Protesters have been gathering across the Guinean capital of Conakry to demonstrate against President Alpha Conde's possible pursuit of a constitutional referendum to seek a third term in office in 2020, Reuters reported Oct. 24.
Violence erupted during a series of protests in the Chilean capital of Santiago and 12 other cities that began Oct. 18, prompting the government to declare a state of emergency and deploy the military, Reuters reported Oct. 19.