Guinea News Journal
[Global Witness]Beny Steinmetz Group Resources says there was no corrupt behaviour in its acquisition of licences to one of the world's largest iron ore concessions, in the West African nation of Guinea.
Security forces in Guinea fire tear gas to disperse opposition protesters angry over the date designated for elections.
CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — Security forces in Guinea have fired tear gas to disperse opposition protesters who had planned a demonstration against the date set for upcoming legislative elections.
Gen. Antonio Injai was charged in New York on cocaine and weapons charges, part of an operation targeting top figures in a country long considered a major narco-state.
AITAPE, Papua New Guinea, April 17 (UPI) -- A 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck near Aitape, Papua New Guinea, Wednesday, prompting those who feared a tsunami to seek higher ground, officials said.
RIO DE JANEIRO/LONDON (Reuters) - Brazilian miner Vale said on Tuesday it is "deeply concerned" about allegations of corruption made by U.S. authorities against a man connected to its partner in Guinea, BSG Resources Ltd. According to papers filed with a U.S. federal court in New York, the man, Frederic Cilins, offered bribes to secure mining rights for Guinea's Simandou concession, entirely ...
An earthquake of magnitude 6.8 strikes Papua New Guinea's northern coast, causing residents who feared a tsunami to seek higher ground.
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake shook the South Pacific islands of Papua New Guinea about 12 hours after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake killed dozens in Iran and Pakistan.
PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (AP) — A powerful earthquake shook Papua New Guinea's northern coast Wednesday morning, but there was no threat of a widespread tsunami in the Pacific.
A powerful earthquake has struck near Papua New Guinea.
Guinea on Tuesday welcomed the arrest in the United States of a French-Israeli for obstruction of a grand jury investigation into alleged bribes paid for mining rights in the West African nation. “The Ministry of State for Justice of the Republic of Guinea takes note of the arrest in the United States on the evening... [Read More...]
Brazilian miner Vale said on Tuesday it is "deeply concerned" about allegations of corruption made by U.S. authorities against a man connected to its partner in Guinea, BSG Resources Ltd. According ...
The U.S. Department of Justice said it arrested over the weekend a French citizen accused by the FBI of attempting to obstruct an investigation into bribes alleged to have been paid by a mining company to win what the investigators describe as "lucrative" rights in mineral-rich Guinea.
[Global Witness]The US authorities have arrested a man in Florida in connection with the controversial acquisition of mining rights in Guinea by Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR), according to a US court document and a press statement from the Guinean government.
The U.S. Department of Justice arrested a French citizen with possible links to BSG Resources Ltd. for attempting to obstruct a probe into whether a mining company paid bribes to win “lucrative” rights in Guinea.