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Bell Copper Getting No Help Today from Base Metal Intersections at Kabba Project

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Bell Copper Corp (BCU.V) is lower again at 20.5 cents per share, down 1.5 cents, after saying drilling at the company's Kabba project in Mohave County, Ariz., intersected a highly brecciated and hydrothermally altered rock at least 1.6 kilometre wide.

According to the company, the base metal veins and the quartz-molybdenite-carbonate veinlets provide further evidence that the breccia is a very receptive host rock, and that there is a good chance of intersecting a copper shell in the upper parts of the porphyry system.

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