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With support of county and state health officials,. Real Monarchs will host a soccer match WITH fans this afternoon at Rio Tinto. A lot of invested parties waiting to see how that goes, including decision makers at the University of Utah.

Rio Tinto plc ADR $RIO Receives $62.00 Consensus Price Target from Brokerages

FY2020 EPS Estimates for Rio Tinto plc ADR $RIO Increased by Analyst

When mining giant Rio Tinto blew up two ancient caves in Western Australia’s iron-ore rich Pilbara with state approval, the destruction was met with anger from indigenous landowners. #ReutersGraphics 

Jefferies Financial Group Raises Rio Tinto FY2020 Earnings Estimates to $5.84 EPS (Previously $5.56). $RIO #RIO 


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Thirty-five Aboriginal and human rights organisations have signed a letter calling for Rio Tinto to be removed from a list of global companies that respect human rights.

Last month, mining company Rio Tinto blew up a 46,000 year old sacred site at Juukan Gorge, Western Australia, reminiscent of Isis destroying ancient temples at Palmyra. The company had been warned, but went ahead. Protest tomorrow, 9th, at Rio Tinto, Hay Street, Perth, at 1pm.

NEW: Report reveals Rio Tinto knew the significance of 46,000-year-old rock caves six years before it blasted them

Noongar Elders confront Rio Tinto in Perth following the miners’ destruction of 46,000 year old sacred sites in WA’s Pilbara. #Riotinto  #auspol 

So, turns out in 2015 Rio Tinto even made a documentary WITH the PKKP traditional owners about the archeological discoveries in Juukan Gorge. Whilst Rio Tinto has apologised for destroying the 46,000 year old site it defies belief they did not know how important the sites were.

After more than a week, why hasn't Morrison condemned this? Rio Tinto's corporate arrogance has robbed all Australians. Juukan Gorge's shelters nine-times older than Stonehenge, 23-times older than the Colosseum and 75-times older than Machu Picchu.

Extraordinary interview with WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt on @RNBreakfast  about destruction of 46,000 yr-old cave sites in Pilbara. Federal Minister says he knew but didn't take further action. State minister didn't know. Rio Tinto says it is "sorry" but hasn't yet agreed to interview

Explaining the inexplicable. How Rio Tinto was able to blast a 46,000 year old aboriginal site, and the complicated but ultimately ineffective legal regime that allowed it. So much for ‘black tape’

Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt confirms he was approached last week by representatives of the traditional owners trying to prevent the destruction of 46,000 year old sites of cultural significant by Rio Tinto in the Pilbara

GLENCORE the world's biggest exporter of thermal coal has buckled to investor demand & announced a cap on production BHP says within a decade coal will lose its competitiveness to renewables & RIO TINTO no longer produces coal at all. RIO CEO is calling for a global carbon tax