Jun 27, 2011

VOA Special English News 20

An international diamond advisory group is in disagreement over a decision to let Zimbabwe sell diamonds from its Marange field. The Kimberley Process seeks to prevent what are known as "conflict diamonds" from entering the market. Sale of diamonds from Marange field was announced after meeting this week in the Democratic Republic of Congo. All members of Kimberley Process must agree on any decision. But, western nations and white groups opposed the sale of Marange diamond. They say there are still human rights abuses at the field.


1 comment:

ジョン said...

Sorry for the delay.

Sale of diamonds
--> "The sale of diamonds"

decision. But, western nations
--> decision, but western nations