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Calls for high-level ‘personnel changes’ at Rio Tinto after Juukan Gorge destruction – The Guardian

Top anthropologist has serious concerns about mining firm storing 7,000 Aboriginal heritage items in a shipping container



Calls are growing for mining giant Rio Tinto to take further action over its destruction of a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site at Juukan Gorge, with witnesses telling a federal inquiry into the disaster there should be high-level personnel changes and compensation paid to traditional owners.
Rio Tinto on Monday said it would strip about $5m in bonuses from its chief executive, Jean-Sébastien Jacques, and about $1m in bonuses from the iron ore boss, Chris Salisbury, after the company failed to me…

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