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  • Mining giant Rio Tinto sparked anger across the country after it destroyed a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site in the Pilbara. What’s even more extraordinary is that the destruction was done within the rules meant to protect such valuable heritage sites.

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    In This Story: Rio Tinto

    Rio Tinto Group, RIO (ASX), is an Anglo-Australian multinational and the world’s second largest metals and mining corporation, behind BHP, producing iron ore, copper, diamonds, gold and uranium.

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