Copper – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU) reported that recent drilling at Sesmarias South in the Alvalade Joint Venture project in the Pyrite Belt of southern Portugal, intersected copper-bearing massive and semi-massive sulfide mineralization. Highlights include 0.85 meters of massive and semi-massive/stockwork sulfide mineralization grading 1.81% Cu, 2.57% Pb, 4.38% Zn, 0.13% Sn, and 75.27 ppm Ag.
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Tungsten – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU,FWB:8AM) reported results from the Covas Tungsten JV with Blackheath Resources in Portugal. The Phase 2 drilling program extended Castelo to the southeast and southwest into previously-unexplored area; highlights include 3.05 meters @ 1.26% WO3, incl. 1.05 meters @ 2.07% at Muito Seco, and 3.25 meters @ 0.19% WO3, incl. 1.25 meters @ 0.38% at Telheira.
Zinc – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU) reported achievements in 2014 and plans for 2014.
Gold – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU) President & CEO Paul Kuhn spoke to Resource Investing News at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference about prospect generation in Europe, specifically South Portugal and Kosovo.
Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU) has commenced a 3,500 meter, Phase 4 drilling at the Alvalade Project in southern Portugal.
Silver – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU) has optioned out the Slivovo Project in Kosovo to Australian company Byrnecut International Limited.
Silver – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU,FWB:8AM) has appointed Ross Stringer to its Board of Directors as well as the Audit Committee.
Silver – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:AVU,FWB:8AM) reported geochemical results from rock sampling at three different projects in southern Portugal, which include the Marateca and Sines licenses in the Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) and at Alvito in the Ossa Morena tectonic zone.
Copper – Avrupa Minerals Ltd. (AVU:TSXV) announced that its JV partner, Antofagasta Minerals S.A., has earned in to 51% of the Alvalade copper project in Portugal by spending US$4,300,000.
Silver – Silver fell as low as $19.75 per ounce this week, and some analysts believe that it may yet sink to the lows it hit during the summer.