Europe

Aitik copper mine is one of four mines owned by Boliden. Located near Gallivare, northern Sweden, the low-grade Aitik copper deposit was discovered in the early 1930s. Bulk-mining technology made exploitation feasible in the 1960s and mining at Europe's first large, low-grade open pit copper mine started in 1968 at…
The Eynez coal mine in Soma, Manisa Province, Turkey, saw one of the world's worst mining disasters on 13 May 2014 following an explosion. The total number of casualties from the incident was estimated at 282 the following day and is expected to rise further. The mine is operated by…
Alamos Gold's wholly owned Kirazli gold-silver project in Çanakkale Province, Turkey, is an open-pit, heap-leach operation that will produce gold and silver doré bars. The pre-feasibility study of the mine was completed in 2012 and the final environmental approval was received in August 2013. The project is awaiting forest and…
The Agi Dagi gold-silver mine owned by Alamos Gold is located in the Çanakkale Province, Biga Peninsula, in the north-western region of Turkey. It will be developed to be a stand-alone, open-pit, heap-leach operation that will produce gold and silver doré bars. The pre-feasibility study for the project was completed…
The Hemerdon Ball mine, renamed as Drakelands Mine in 2007 and believed to hold one of the world's largest tungsten and tin resources, is located in Devon, approximately seven miles north-east of Plymouth, UK. The historic mine was discovered in 1867 and was mined briefly twice in the 1900s and…
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