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Zimbabwe Rejects U.S. Claim Diamond Mine Uses Forced Labor

HARARE (Bloomberg) — Zimbabwe accused the U.S. of ignorance after the U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced it’s blocking rough diamond imports from the Marange fields because they were produced with forced labor. “It’s unfortunate that the U.S. authorities have been misinformed or misled to believe that Zimbabwe is mining diamonds through forced labor,” government spokesman Nick Mangwana said Tuesday… Read More
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For North Korea, More Leverage and More Big Demands Ahead of Talks

Korean Service reporter Connie Kim in Washington contributed to this report SEOUL – If North Korea soon resumes nuclear talks with the United States as promised, it could be entering the negotiations with an improved bargaining position following a summer of missile tests and a perception that the U.S. alliance structure in Northeast Asia has begun to weaken. North Korea earlier… Read More
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Mugabe death: Mausoleum to cost USD 1 million

FRESH details have emerged concerning the state-of-the-art mausoleum where the remains of the former President Robert Mugabe, who died on September 6, 2019, will be interred, the Zim Morning Post can reveal. Zim Morning Post can exclusively reveal that the construction plan was approved on Monday and work has begun at the Heroes Acre. Investigations by this publication also reveal that the contract to… Read More
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