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Displacement Of Wildlife Caused By Mining Myanmar

Located in war-torn Shan State, the Burmese and Russian-backed Pinpet iron exploitation and processing project has transformed the area into the country’s largest iron mine. The mine and the iron processing factory have caused strong adverse impacts on local ethnic Pa-O and on the environment. The development of the project was marked by

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