Watchdog approves Zim diamond sales

2011-11-01 22:45

Kinshasa - The Kimberley Process watchdog has authorised diamond sales from two mining sites in Marange, Zimbabwe, which had housed alleged torture camps, a document obtained by AFP showed on Tuesday.

A proposal to this effect by the president of the Kimberley Process, set up to prevent trade in so-called "blood diamonds", had been signed by a European delegation and Zimbabwe's mining minister, a copy obtained by AFP showed.

  • swavka - 2011-11-02 07:55

    Oh Gracie here comes your pocket money, you may now go and spend it in China - seeing that Switzerland didn't want you to spend in their country. Or maybe it's just you they don't like.

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