Villagers still waiting for share of $6.5m diamond
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Villagers still waiting for share of $6.5m diamond

Last December, Sierra Leone auctioned a giant 709-carat "peace diamond" for $6.5m (£4.8m) and said half of the proceeds from the sale would go towards helping the community where the stone was discovered.

The BBC's Ed Butler travelled to the village of Koyadu, to ask people there whether they had yet seen any of their share of the sale.

  • 08 Feb 2018
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