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Blood diamonds : tracing the deadly path of the world's most precious stones

Author: Greg Campbell
Publisher: [Boulder] : Westview Press, ©2002.
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An expose of international diamond smuggling operations considers the rebel campaigns linked to the Sierra Leone diamond mines and how the area and its people have been destroyed by the industry's policies.
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Campbell, Greg.
Blood diamonds.
[Boulder] : Westview Press, c2002
(OCoLC)654446935
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Campbell
ISBN: 0813339391 9780813339399
OCLC Number: 49566172
Description: xxv, 251 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. From pits of despair to altars of love : Kenema, Sierra Leone --
2. Diamond junction : a smuggler's paradise : Freetown, Sierra Leone --
3. The gun runners : from Tongo to Tiffany's : Monrovia, Liberia --
4. Death by diamonds : Operation no living thing : Freetown, Sierra Leone --
5. The syndicate : a diamond is forever : London --
6. Waging peace : taking the conflict out of "conflict diamonds" : Makeni, Sierra Leone --
7. The way station : next stop, Liberia : Kailahun, Sierra Leone --
8. "The base" : Osama's war chest : West Africa, Afghanistan, New York --
9. The rough road ahead : mining for peace : Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Responsibility: Greg Campbell.
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An expose of international diamond smuggling operations considers the rebel campaigns linked to the Sierra Leone diamond mines and how the area and its people have been destroyed by the industry's policies.

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