Global News reported that meeting are being held by a Northern Saskatchewan First Nation to investigate the possibility of uranium projects by Cameco and AREVA.
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Mining Weekly reported that Tanzania is trying to collect $206 million in taxes from Russian miner JSC Atomredmetzoloto (ARMZ), who has been awarded the licence to build the country's first uranium mine.
Reuters reported that a report released by the U.N. indicates that Iran is planning on ramping up its uranium enrichment program.
The Ottawa Citizen reported that a there were two simultaneous car bomb attacks in Niger, one of which targeted a uranium mine operated by Areva.
Tigris Uranium Corp. (TSXV:TU) and Wolfpack Gold Corp. announced the completion of a reverse takeover transaction through which Tigris acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of Wolfpack and Wolfpack amalgamated with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tigris.
The Hindu reported that India may be seeking a supply of uranium from Uzbekistan as part of a strategic partnership.
ABC News reported that Toro Energy's Australian uranium mine may be up against a number of economic challenges.
Money Morning reported that, given the demand in emerging markets for uranium, there is an expectation that uranium prices will rebound.
Mining Weekly reported that Tenova Bateman’s sub-Saharan Africa division has been awarded the JV contract for Swakop Uranium's Namibian project.
Mining Weekly reported that a Quebec moratorium on uranium exploration and mining during the month of March has forced Strateco Resources to take an $87 million impairment charge, as its flagship Matoush uranium project was idle.