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Lydian International Ltd. (LYD-T), which closed down by 5 per cent yesterday, announced today that its Armenian subsidiary, Geoteam CJSC, has signed a partnership agreement with Oxfam Armenia. The partnership is aimed to implement a health-care program in the communities of Saravan, Gndevaz and Gorayk which surround the company's Amulsar gold project.

Sandvine Corporation (SVC-T) today announced a preliminary revenue estimate for the second quarter of 2012 ended May 31. The company expects second-quarter revenue to be in the range of $18-million to $18.5-million.

Silver Spruce Resources Inc. (SSE-X), which last traded at 6 cents per share, announced today that a drill will be mobilized on its Big Easy gold/silver property in mid-June to test epithermal mineralization.

Amorfix Life Sciences Ltd. (AMF-T), which added 1 per cent to its value yesterday, said it has signed an agreement granting an exclusive worldwide license for its preclinical Alzheimer's disease diagnostic test, the Amorfix Aggregated Abeta Assay (the A4), to JSW Lifesciences GmbH.

Seafield Resources Ltd. (SFF-X), which fell almost 4 per cent yesterday to near year lows, announced today further results from the ongoing 5,000-metre diamond drill program at its Miraflores Deposit in the Quinchia District.

DiagnoCure Inc. (CUR-T), which fell more than 7 per cent yesterday, announced a second-quarter net loss from continuing operations of $270,147 or $0.01 per share, compared to a net loss of $1.07-million or $0.02 per share for the same quarter of 2011.

First Uranium Corporation (FIU-T) provided an update on the use of proceeds from the proposed sale of Mine Waste Solutions and Ezulwini Gold Mines.

MedMira Inc. (MIR-X) announced that it has entered into an agreement with Zug, Switzerland-based Andurja Beteiligungen AG for a $6.0-million equity investment to be used in financial operations and further advancing global business development, sales, and marketing initiatives.

Xceed Mortgage Corporation (XMC-T) reported a second quarter net loss of $0.4-million which includes several one-time items, as well as losses from consolidating XMT-2 trust activities under IFRS that will reverse when the trust matures, expected later in this fiscal year.

Mediterranean Resources Ltd. (MNR-T), which hit new year lows on Wednesday, gave an update on its strategy for the remainder of 2012, including closing its previously announced transaction with Golden Touch Resources Corp. (GOT-X), which is near a year low 5 cents.

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