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The 125-carat white diamond comes just a day after the recovery of 101-carat and 71-carat roughs in Lesotho.
The 552.74-carat yellow was discovered at the Diavik mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
The mine’s mineral resource estimate also shows a predicted mine life of 30 years.
Anglo American expects to mine more diamonds, as well as more copper and platinum.
Patrick Evans was appointed to run the Canadian mining company after its acquisition a year ago.
Records were set for some pink and red diamonds and a buyer was found for a 5,655-carat rough emerald.
They totaled $440 million, compared with $466 million in the same period last year.
It is an Indian company known for its high-end colored gemstone jewelry.
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