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The governmental body had two search warrants that allowed it to seize documents and files allegedly connected to tax evasion.
The sort house was ransacked and emeralds were stolen from the safe.
The diamond miner is partnering with Peace Parks Foundation to move them from South Africa to Mozambique.
A year-long investigation by the Thomson Reuters Foundation found a pattern of suicides among diamond workers in Gujarat.
Between 300 and 500 people entered the mining site and employees had to be evacuated.
It previously was scheduled to take place in Tel Aviv last month but was postponed due to poor attendance and political tensions.
The event, slated to take place in Israel, has been cancelled due to mounting tensions in the Middle East.
The Omaha jeweler recently shared the story of how it’s giving back on the Diamond Empowerment Fund’s website.
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