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Blood diamonds is a term used for a diamond mined in a war zone and sold to finance an insurgency, an invading army's war efforts, or a warlord's activity. More »

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Eric Johnson. EDGE. Dec. 6, 2002. Blood Diamonds: The Conflict in Sierra Leone. History of Diamonds: The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word, ...

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A history of conflict diamonds in West Africa. Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone, originally a British Colony, mined diamonds legitimately and profitably until its ...

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Feb 5, 2007 ... A Brief History of Blood Diamonds. It all started with a 15-year-old's discovery. Over a century of bloodshed would follow. Somewhere between ...

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Diamonds that fuel civil wars are often called "blood" or "conflict" diamonds. Although many diamond-fueled ... History Channel documentary. Blood Diamonds.

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During this time, conflict diamonds represented approximately 4% of the world's .... Johnson Sirleaf made history as Africa's first elected female head of state).

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It's been 15 years since the global effort to ban conflict diamonds began. But the industry is still tainted by conflict and misery.

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Check out this site providing facts and information about Blood Diamonds. ... Blood Diamond History - Banning the Trade in African Blood / Conflict Diamonds

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Dec 11, 2006 ... 'Blood Diamond' shows how industry leaders turned a blind eye to the atrocities funded by their policies.

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blood diamond: as defined by the United Nations (UN), any diamond that is mined in areas controlled by forces opposed to the legitimate, ... See Article History.