Thursday, June 17, 2010

Where the Afghanistan's riches are hidden

The $1trillion jackpot: U.S. discovers vast natural deposits of gold, iron, copper and lithium in Afghanistan

American geologists have discovered a hidden treasure trove of minerals in Afghanistan that could transform the fortunes of the war-scarred country.

The untapped deposits - including huge veins of gold, iron, copper, cobalt and key industrial metals like lithium - have been valued at more than £820billion.

US experts believe the find could turn Afghanistan from a bedraggled nation torn apart by generations of conflict into one of the most important mining centres in the world.

Read more: HERE


Krik Isytarook said...

Salam Bro Fudzail,

The Israelies want to convert Masjidil Aqsa as a new religion attraction just like Vatican City from Necropolis.

Any chance to get famous song from Ikhwanul Muslimin in mp3 file?

budak batu pahat

Montag said...

And the Afghan peoples could leave off growing poppies - under the oversight of NATO, strangely enough - and become as wealthy as miners are in West Virginia.