SOURCE: Core International Limited

May 14, 2007 08:30 ET

Core International Encouraged by Nearby Testing

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 14, 2007 -- Core International Limited (PINKSHEETS: CRLD) is the holder of approximately 7,000 acres of exploration property around Dog Lake north and east of Wawa. The company has been very encouraged by the recent discoveries and activity in the Wawa area. Staking, aerial surveys and ground accumulation has never been so active. With the Dianor Resources discovery of a 1.8 ct diamond on nearby property, Core is reviewing its reports received from both Geoanalytical Laboratories SRC in Saskatoon and SGS Lakefield Research Limited on rock samples taken from their Dog Lake property. The results reported have been very encouraging.

Two separate samples of material were taken from the property and submitted, one sample each to the Labs mentioned for analysis. Both samples where small with the first weighing 2.35 KG and the second 19.8 KG. The 19.8 KG sample showed a total of 288 micro-diamonds collected in a 150-mesh screen while the second sample of 2.35 KG showed 19 micro-diamonds in a 106 micron sieve. "We are pleased with the initial testing and are very encouraged to continue our field work," said Mr. Jan Vrba, Director of Core.

Core Resources has asked for and received a Mineral Exploration Budget Proposal from a qualified field geologist to commence the next phase of testing. The plan calls for four (4) prospectors to be on the property for up to 120 days. "Geologically speaking, we are in the same rock formation and trend as other discoveries and hope to confirm the geological structures are also the same as other diamond discoveries," stated Mr. Vrba.

About Core:

Core International is a natural resource and mining management company looking to grow and expand through the strategic acquisition and partnering with other public and private exploration companies around the world.

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