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UN paying blacklisted diamond company in Central African Republic
The UN has paid more than half a million dollars to a company on its own sanctions list for allegedly fueling the conflict in Central African Republic through the sale of ‘blood diamonds’, an IRIN investigation reveals. The Bureau d’Achat de Diamant en Centrafrique (BADICA) was placed on the UN Security Council sanctions listin August 2015 for its role in the diamond trade in CAR. The UN accuses the company of funding one of two…
by Emma Supple (IRIN contributor) and Ben Parker (Head of Enterprise Projects)
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