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18 May 2020
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Mientras que comunidades afrocolombianas de Tabaco denunciaron que sus condiciones de vida empeoraron tras el desplazamiento forzado en décadas anteriores por la minería de carbón y hoy no tienen cómo afrontar el virus del Covid-19, la empresa Cerrejón...

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18 May 2020

Armenia: UK & US Govt. allegedly pressured govt. to finish construction of controversial Amulsar gold mine, despite socio-environmental risks

Author: Thomas Rowley, openDemocracy (UK)

"Armenia ‘under pressure’ from UK and US over mining dispute, says EU report", 5 May 2020 An internal report by the European Union Delegation to Armenia states that the UK and US have pressured the country over a controversial gold mining project, ope...

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18 May 2020

Croatia: Pelješac Bridge is a showcase for Chinese overseas construction projects, blogger says

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18 May 2020

Croatia: Pelješac Bridge is a showcase for Chinese overseas construction projects, blogger says

Author: China Dialogue

“In Croatia, China’s building its bridge to Europe”, 11 May 2020...

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18 May 2020
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Author: 中外对话

“中国在克罗地亚架起通往欧洲的桥梁”, 2020年5月11日...

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16 May 2020

China: Statement by 265 CSOs urges COVID-19 relief fund for BRI to only consider projects meeting criteria safeguarding people's rights and environment

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, in February 2020, China’s Ministry of Commerce and the China Development Bank jointly issued a notice creating a mechanism for directing finance to Belt and Road projects that have been impacted by COVID-19,...

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11 May 2020

265 Civil Society Groups Call on Chinese Authorities to Ensure that Covid-19 Financial Relief Does Not Bail Out Harmful Projects

Author: Inclusive Development International

“265 Civil Society Groups Call on Chinese Authorities to Ensure that Covid-19 Financial Relief Does Not Bail Out Harmful Projects”, 30 April 2020...

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10 May 2020

Peru: Local communities file suit challenging agreements between Chinese mining company and local police

Author: Leslie Moreno Custodio, Diálogo Chino (United Kingdom)

"Peruvian police pacts with Chinese mining company threaten to undermine state authority", 4 May 2020...

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5 May 2020
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Debido a un deslizamiento de tierra entre Sucumbíos y Napo, se presentó el mayor derrame de petróleo en la Amazonía ecuatoriana. En plena pandemia por el coronavirus, aproximadamente 15.000 barriles del Sistema de Oleoductos Transecuatoriano y el...

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5 May 2020

Slovenia: Civil society denounces government using anti-COVID 19 law to facilitate investments in environmentally damaging projects

Author: EKO KROG – društvo za naravovarstvo in okoljevarstvo & other organizations

"Statement by non-governmental organizations about the article 42 of the new anti-COVID 19 law", 23 Apr 2020...

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