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Mining for gold in the Aceh forest without a permit during a moratorium.
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Women in Indonesia are protesting against a partial curfew imposed earlier this month in Banda Aceh. Under a new rule women working in certain industries must go home by 11pm. The provincial government says it wants to protect women from harassment. Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Banda Aceh.
Metals from smart phones or laptops come from illegal mines in countries like Indonesia, where miners toil in mud and sand. The mining has a devastating effect on the islands' environment and people. Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Bangka Island.
April 2005 Rebel commanders in Aceh accuse the Indonesian army of repeatedly violating the cease-fire. It's a claim the Indonesian government strenuously denies The army claims it's killed more than 200 rebels trying to attack aid convoys. But not a single relief organisation has reported being attacked. Instead, there's growing evidence that the army is using the cease-fire to attack rebels. As GAM commander Muharram states: "They're committing ethnic cleansing in Aceh." Produced by SBS/Dateline Distributed by Journeyman Pictures
Kingsgate and its' Thai subsidiary, Akara Mining Limited, operate the Chatree gold mine in central Thailand, 280km north of Bangkok. Chatree, Thailand's first modern gold mine, commenced operations in November 2001 with a processing plant capacity of 1 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) which was expanded to 2mtpa in 2006. Open cut, bulk mining extracts low-grade gold bearing ore, containing 1-2 grams of gold per tonne of mineralised ore, using simple drill, blast and excavate mining methods. The ore is transported to the nearby "Carbon in Pulp" (CIP) processing plant where it is crushed into a fine powder in the plant's grinding circuit. Water and reagents, including a weak cyanide solution, and activated carbon are added to extract most of the gold and silver which is poured into "doré" (...
It's ten years since a peace deal was signed between Indonesia's government and the Free Aceh Movement. The rebel group had been fighting to gain independence for the province. It brought an end to 30 years of conflict. But much of what was promised has not been fulfilled. And as Step Vaessen reports from Aceh - many of the former fighters are now threatening to pick up arms again. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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