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Textile candy: Conflict diamonds ethical jewellery sourcing featu...

Textile candy: Conflict diamonds ethical jewellery sourcing featu...

from Brilliant Earth  Infinity necklace   <~~~The ONLY infinite thing I believe in thess days is my love of jewelry. Lol!

Infinity Pendant - Silver

This delicate infinity pendant has a high polish finish and hangs from a delicate cable chain. Elegant and simple, this piece conveys infinite happiness. Available in Yellow Gold.

Diamond Earrings - Conflict Free Rough Raw Uncut Diamonds - 14K Yellow Gold and Raw Gemstone Stud Earrings

Diamond Earrings - Conflict Free Rough Raw Uncut Diamonds - Yellow Gold and Raw Gemstone Stud Earrings - April Birthstone

The Thoughtful Bride: Rings

The Thoughtful Bride: Rings (Let's Be Fair)

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Extra Credits:Video Games and the Female Audience-  Check out other Extra Credits videos at Penny Arcade - http://www.penny-arcade.com/patv/show/extra-credits

Extra Credits:Video Games and the Female Audience- Check out other Extra Credits videos at Penny Arcade - www.

“Conflict Diamonds” DURING the 11-year-long civil war, various factions targeted Sierra Leone’s rich diamond mines in order to fund their military activities. That was one of the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Sierra Leone. “Conflict diamonds” were smuggled abroad and sold to dealers who ignored their origin, tragically prolonging the war.

“Conflict Diamonds” DURING the 11-year-long civil war, various factions targeted Sierra Leone’s rich diamond mines in order to fund their military activities. That was one of the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Sierra Leone. “Conflict diamonds” were smuggled abroad and sold to dealers who ignored their origin, tragically prolonging the war.

abustaif:  Asya, a Chechen rebel.  Itum-Kale, Tchétchénie, décembre 1996 - by Stanley Greene  (posted 10/8/12)

Chechen War: Asya, a Chechen rebel. Itum-Kale, Tchétchénie, décembre 1996 - by Stanley Greene

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