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29 June 2015
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Author: RFI

"Centrafrique: levée partielle de l'embargo sur le diamant", 27 juin 2015...

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22 June 2015
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Author: Steven Addamah, Le Griot (France)

"Cameroun : La CEMAC réfléchit sur la meilleure utilisation de ses ressources minières", 18 juin 2015...

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16 June 2015
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16 June 2015

EU Regulation on Conflict Minerals: What the European Parliament Vote Means for Member States

Author: Amnesty Intl. & Global Witness

The European Parliament voted on 20 May for a strong and binding law to tackle the trade in conflict minerals. MEPs...supported a law that would legally require companies importing key minerals into Europe...to source responsibly...As they consider a...

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14 June 2015
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12 June 2015

Intl. Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) releases its 2015 Global Rights Index

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2 June 2015

Africa: Fair global tax rules needed to combat corporate tax evasion, mobilise development revenue, says analyst

Author: Sipho Mthathi, Oxfam So. Africa in allAfrica

'Africa: A journey toward an African tax renaissance', 2 Jun 2015: [How can] Africa…a continent so rich in natural resources be so poor? Economic growth is predicted to increase…[h]owever…public coffers…[strain to provide] public services like health;...

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16 May 2015

'Conflict minerals' funding deadly violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo as EU plans laws to clean up trade

Author: Sarah Morrison, Global Witness, in Independent (UK)

Armed groups have preyed on eastern DRC's mineral sector for more than fifteen years. They have taxed and traded minerals...to help fund brutal violence. Millions of people have been displaced within the country due to armed conflict in the east...The...

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11 May 2015
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Author: JournaldeBangui.com (Centrafrique)

"Vers la levée de l'embargo sur le diamant centrafricain", 9 mai 2015...

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11 March 2015
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Author: Courrier International / Vice News (USA)

24 février 2015 Les mines, et notamment les mines de diamant, sont au centre de combats violents [en Centrafrique depuis deux ans]. Une équipe de Vice News s'est rendue dans le centre du pays, où sont situées les principales mines de diamant.

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