News Footage / May 26, 2014

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Niger, Areva in hard-won uranium deal The government of Niger and French nuclear energy group Areva announced on Monday that they had signed a deal to renew a decades-old agreement for the operation of two uranium mines. Under the deal, negotiated for 18 months, Areva agreed that a 2006 mining law sharply increasing taxes on mineral extracted would apply to the Somair and Cominak operations in the north of the country which it partially controls. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
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Niamey Niger (West Africa) West Africa Africa
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Uranium Heavy Metal (Metal) Metal Niger (River) River Body of Water Historical Footage News Footage AFP

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