Alexander Nubia releases Stage 2 drilling results for Hamama VMS, Egypt. Confirms gold cap which includes Hole AHA-15: 39 metres grading 2.22 g/t gold and 102.2 g/t silver or (AuEq 4.13 g/t)
November 20, 2012, Toronto, Ontario. Alexander Nubia International Inc. (TSX-V: AAN) is pleased to announce assay results for the initial diamond drill holes AHA-12 to AHA-17 – part of an expanded 1,500 metre diamond drill program - at the Hamama volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit in Egypt. The drill holes were collared in the Western VMS Zone to test at depth an extensive mineralized gossan that has, by detailed geologic mapping, been traced over 1,300 metres along strike. Only 230 metres of the available strike length have been tested by drilling to date; the current drilling continues to step-out to the west of AHA-17. The Western VMS Zone forms part of the 3,000-metre-long Main VMS Horizon at Hamama, which remains open to the east and west.