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West African hits 1,107 g/t of gold at Tanlouka's M1 South prospect

West AfricanResources Ltd. said July 18 that diamond core drilling at the M1South prospect, within the Tanlouka gold project in Burkina Faso, intersected 1meter at 1,107.5 g/t of gold.

The bonanza grade was found within an intersect of 18 metersat 82.28 g/t of gold from a depth of 98 meters in TAN16-DD044.

The same hole also returned 3 meters at 145.99 g/t of goldfrom a depth of 125 meters.

Meanwhile, strong results were found from the deepestintercept to date with TAN16-DD045 returning 4 meters at 43.16 g/t of gold from174 meters depth, including 1 meter at 169.7 g/t of gold, confirming depthpotential of the prospect, Managing Director Richard Hyde said.

The latest results were in addition to the and534.45 g/t of goldhits in March.

Mineral resource studies, due in the third quarter, are inprogress for the M1, M3 and M5 prospects.

A feasibility study investigating the combination of highgrade gold mineralization from M1 with the predominantly oxide mineralizationfrom M5 is underway, funded by a A$12.5 million capital raising.