World Diamond Body Rejects Report Trafficking Is Fueling WarBy
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A program involving more than 80 countries to stem the flow of diamonds trafficked by armed movements is succeeding in stopping the revenue from sales of the gems being used to stoke violence, World Diamond Council President Edward Asscher said.
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