March 14, 2007 12:32 ET

DIOS Reports Two Other Uranium Anomalies on HOTISH

MONTREAL, CANADA--(CCNMatthews - March 14, 2007) - DIOS EXPLORATION INC. (TSX VENTURE:DOS) reports two other uranium anomaly clusters on its large wholly owned HOTISH property. There are therefore, three first order lake bottom sediment uranium anomaly groups (Uranerz classification) outlined by DIOS' recent geological compilation work on HOTISH CENTRE. These several kilometre large uranium anomalies are aligned along what appears to be a lineament-structure in association with the unconformity contact. Some anomalous lakes hosting one of these anomalies reach 175 and 44 ppm (parts per million). In addition, DIOS confirms having consolidated its significant land holding in the area through claim acquisition.

A first uranium anomaly (first order (Uranerz) lake sediment anomaly) was announced in December by DIOS on HOTISH CENTRE in association with the geological unconformity. This first unexplained anomaly formed by a group of lakes covers 3.5 sq. kilometres while the other two cover respectively 10 and 29 sq. kilometres. Preliminary studies are underway to find the rock sources. The HOTISH property covers the western shallow end of a Proterozoic age Basin over an Archean basement, a geological context worldwide known for its uranium potential. CAMECO, the largest uranium producer, owns a large land position directly east of DIOS' CENTRAL HOTISH property.

DIOS' research team is very pleased with the first results from the preliminary evaluation for uranium oxide potential on the HOTISH property and the lake sediments data are deemed very good as an exploration tool.

M.-J. Girard, qualified person under NI 43-101, has a several year expertise in uranium exploration and at managing systematic exploration programs in Quebec. DIOS has some 19 millions shares outstanding.

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