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FILE -  A March 13, 2013 file photo of  Greenland Party Siumut's President Aleqa Hammond, in Nuuk, Greenland. A center party that gained the most seats in parliamentary elections two weeks ago has formed a governing coalition that has vowed to get rid of a zero-tolerance policy on mining and selling of radioactive minerals, including uranium. The centrist Siumut party has teamed up with market-oriented Atassut and populistic Partii Inuit. In all, they have 18 seats _ two above the 16-seat majority threshold.  Siumut leader Aleqa Hammond, Greenland’s first female premier  said Tuesday, March 26, 2013,  the ban will be abolished, adding it “will be contingent upon securing public health, nature and environment from risks.”  (AP Photo/Polfoto/Jacob Ehrbahn, file) DENMARK OUT

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