Etruscan tests anomaly in Mali

Nova Scotia-based Etruscan Resources (EET-T) has begun a program of soil sampling and auger drilling over a regional gold-in-soil anomaly on the 200-sq.-km Nianembale permit in Mali, West Africa.The 3.5-km-long anomaly was identified by a United Nations development program, which...

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