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Jose Otero Named as 4G Americas Director of Latin America and Caribbean
BELLEVUE, WA--(Marketwired - October 06, 2014) - 4G Americas announced today that Jose Felipe Otero Muñoz, who is well known for his knowledge about the mobile technology industry throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, will be the association's new Director of Latin America and the Caribbean. In his role, Mr

Serabi Gold plc ("Serabi" or the "Company") Operational Update
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company is pleased to announce a further operational update on its Palito gold mine.

SERABI GOLD PLC ("Serabi" or "the Company") Financial Results for the First Quarter 2013 and Management Discussion and Analysis
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (LSE: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company, has published its unaudited financial results for the three month period ending 31 March 2013 and at the same time has also published its Management's Discussion and Analysis for the same period

Interim Results for the 6 Months to 30 June 2013
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (LSE: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company, advises that it has today published its unaudited financial results for the 3 month and 6 month periods ending 30 June 2013 and at the same time has also published its Management Discussion and Analysis for the same periods

Serabi Gold Plc ("Serabi" or the "Company") AGM Statement
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI), the Brazilian focused gold mining and exploration company, advises that at 4.00 pm today (UK time), it will be holding its Annual General Meeting.

Serabi Gold and Kenai Resources Announce Proposed Business Combination
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Pharmaco-invasive strategy including Metalyse® delivers comparable clinical outcomes to primary PCI for STEMI patients who could not undergo primary PCI within one hour from first medical contact
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Serabi Gold plc ("Serabi" or the "Company"): Proposals for the Conditional Subscription for 270,000,000 Ordinary Shares at 6 Pence per Share; Approval of a Waiver of an Obligation Under Rule 9 of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers; Notice of General Meeting; Posting of Circular

Serabi Gold Plc ("Serabi" or the "Company") Conditional UK£ 16.2 Million Share Subscription and Underwriting Interim US$6 Million Loan Facility to Finance Start-Up of Gold Production at Palito Appointment of New Director
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI

Chairman's Annual General Meeting Statement
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company, advises that at 11.00 am today (UK time), it will be holding its Annual General Meeting.

Positive Preliminary Economic Assessment for Serabi's Palito Gold Project Supports Re-Start of Mining Operations
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company, is pleased to announce the results of a Preliminary Economic Assessment (the "PEA") for its 100%-owned Palito Gold Project ("Palito" or "the Project"), located in Para State, Brazil

Serabi Gold Plc ("Serabi" or the "Company"): Palito Operational Environmental License Renewed
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company is pleased to announce that the Secretaria de Estado de Meio Ambiente ("SEMA"), the state Environmental Agency for the State of Para, has issued a new Operational Environmental License in respect of the Company's wholly-owned Palito Gold Mine in Para, Brazil.

Serabi Gold plc ("Serabi" or "the Company") Interim Results for the 9 Months to 30 September 2012
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration and development company, advises that it has today published its unaudited financial results for the 3 month and 9 month periods ended 30 September 2012 and at the same time has also published its Management Discussion and Analysis for the same periods

Women 'never the right age' in organisational terms
A study by two leading management experts has revealed that women working in hedge funds always struggle to be taken seriously at work.

Single drug could help treat range of brain diseases
UK researchers have put forward a tantalising prospect of treating a range of brain diseases, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, all with the same drug.

Online dating scams break hearts, empty wallets
The trauma caused by online dating scams is worse than any other, because the victims experienced 'double hit' - loss of money and loss of 'romantic relationship hit' - says an expert.

Your Easter egg may have come from dinosaur
Not all Easter eggs come from the same 'parent' species as a few could be from dinosaurs, including a new species from the Pyrenees, a new study has suggested.

'Burgeoning' online dating scammers want money, not love
Online dating scammers pretend to start a romantic relationship through the services available on the web and then cheat their victims of huge sums of money over a period of months or longer.

Gas-guzzling black holes gobble 2-courses at same time
Astronomers have come up with a new theory about why black holes become incredibly colossal - asserting some of them have no 'table manners', and tip their 'food' directly into their mouths, eating more than one course at once.

Why giant alien planets pile up in certain orbits
Computer simulations have offered a plausible explanation for the pile-ups of giant planets in many newly discovered solar systems.

Relic of shredded galaxy captured
Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have discovered a cluster of young blue stars surrounding a mid-sized black hole called HLX-1.

Prehistoric flying reptile used its 'enormous teeth' to threaten others
Paleontologists have discovered that the prehistoric flying reptile, pterosaur, had massive, curved teeth, which they used to catch fish and also possibly to scare off others.

Switching to TWYNSTA® allows patients with uncontrolled hypertension on monotherapy to rapidly reach their blood pressure goals
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Diet literally 'shapes our teeth'
The roughness of tooth surfaces can reveal what we have been eating, according to a new research.

Women likelier to develop diabetes by simply sitting around
Women who stay seated for long periods of time every day are more prone to developing type 2 diabetes, but a similar link isn't found in men, a new study has found.

Babies born early more likely to suffer health problems during infancy
Babies born even a few weeks early have a slightly higher risk of health problems as infants, according to a new study.

Women who sit for up to 7 hrs a day 'likelier to develop diabetes'
Women who sit for up to seven hours a day may be more at risk of developing type two diabetes, a new study has warned.

Drugs to tackle 'bad' cholesterol come closer to reality
New drugs that could lower dangerous or 'bad' cholesterol in a more targeted manner may soon be a reality, according to a new study.

Global warming triggers imbalance between fish and their parasites
Parasitic worms that infect fish and have a devastating effect on fish reproduction, grow four times faster at higher temperatures, have provided the first evidence that global warming affects interactions between parasites and their hosts.

Key genes behind high BP identified
A new study has identified key genes that may contribute to high blood pressure.

Monster black hole in our galaxy eating worlds
A supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way is gradually destroying entire worlds on a daily basis, a new study has claimed.

Black holes surrounded by 'dust clouds' of smashed-up planets
Fat doughnut-shaped dust shrouds that obscure about half of supermassive black holes could be the result of high speed crashes between planets and asteroids, according to a new theory from an international team of astronomers.

Pill that can wipe away bad memories 'could be coming within a decade'
A groundbreaking pill that could erase painful memories from our brain could soon be a reality, thanks to neuroscientists who have unfolded the secrets of how the brain handles stress.

SERABI GOLD plc ("Serabi" or "the Company") Board Appointment
Serabi Mining plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration Company, is pleased to announce that Christopher Kingsman has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the Company with immediate effect.

Serabi Gold plc ("Serabi" or "The Company") Drilling Update Shallow Infill Drilling at Piaui Provides Further Encouragement of Potential
Serabi Gold plc (AIM: SRB) (TSX: SBI) (TSX: SBI.WT), the Brazilian focused gold exploration Company, is pleased to announce encouraging preliminary analytical results from a shallow infill drilling programme on the Piaui Prospect located at its 100% owned Jardim do Ouro project in the Tapajos region.

Lower cut points for defining obesity needed for migrant South Asians
A new study including an Indian origin scientist has called for recalculation of obesity limit among South Asians.

Satellite images reveal 'lost cities' of Libya after the fall of Gaddafi
A team of British archaeologists has uncovered new evidence of a lost civilization of the Sahara in Libya's southwestern desert wastes using satellite images.

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