Diamond Producers Move to Curb Atrocities Representatives from the world's largest diamond-producing countries discuss a pact to stop the trade in so-called "blood diamonds." Diamond mines controlled by rebel groups and rogue states have financed some of Africa's most brutal civil wars. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Diamond Producers Move to Curb Atrocities

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Diamond Producers Move to Curb Atrocities

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Representatives from the world's largest diamond-producing countries discuss a pact to stop the trade in so-called "blood diamonds." Diamond mines controlled by rebel groups and rogue states have financed some of Africa's most brutal civil wars. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.