Agence France-Presse reports on a protest held by about 2,000 students against French nuclear giant Areva in Niger’s capital:“Marchers held aloft placards saying ‘No to exploitation and neo-colonialism’ and ‘No to Areva’.‘The partnership in the mining of uranium is very unbalanced to the detriment of our country,’ said Mahamadou Djibo Samaila, secretary general of the Union of Niamey University Students that organised the protest.…The government of Niger, one of Africa’s poorest countries, complained late last year that its four-decade-old deal with Areva to mine its vast uranium deposits was unfair and should be changed.”
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