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Corinna Gilfillan

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Head of the US Office for Global Witness, a nongovernmental organization working to expose the link between natural-resource exploitation and human-rights abuses

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At least one million African workers earn pennies a day in the backbreaking effort to find diamonds, which themselves have no intrinsic value at all, but serve as symbols of love,…

Conflict Diamonds

At least one million African workers earn pennies a day in the backbreaking effort to find diamonds, which themselves have no intrinsic value at all, but serve as symbols of love,…

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