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What the papers say - Herald Tribune

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Hard rock metal mines, including gold, have become similar to nuclear waste dumps that must be tended in perpetuity. The cost of clean up could reach £30bn according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

The United Nations and aid workers said they must shelter 3M survivors of this month's Kashmir earthquake before the harsh Himalayan winter sets in.

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