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October 21, 1989 | From The Guardian
Britain and the United States have kept their hopes of issuing mining licenses in the Antarctic alive by refusing to accept proposals to turn the continent into a wildlife reserve. Twelve days of talks here among the 39 Antarctic Treaty nations, discussions dominated by the mining issue, broke up Friday night with a wide division between the pro- and anti-mining nations.
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October 21, 1989 | From The Guardian
Britain and the United States have kept their hopes of issuing mining licenses in the Antarctic alive by refusing to accept proposals to turn the continent into a wildlife reserve. Twelve days of talks here among the 39 Antarctic Treaty nations, discussions dominated by the mining issue, broke up Friday night with a wide division between the pro- and anti-mining nations.
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