Where are diamonds mined in Australia?

Answer There are only three diamond mines located in Australia. The biggest mine is the Argyle diamond mine, located in the East Kimberly region in northern Western Australia, near the coast. The Merlin m... Read More »

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Where are blue diamonds mined?

Many people recognize a blue diamond as the jewel showcased in James Cameron's 1998 film "Titanic" or the Hope Diamond in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. Blue diamonds are mined in th... Read More »

Where are black diamonds mined?

Black diamonds aren't mined. Scientists believe they came from a meteorite that struck the Earth billions of years ago in regions of Brazil and the Central African Republic. They drew this conclusi... Read More »

Where are blood diamonds mined?

Blood diamonds, also known as conflict diamonds, are mined in countries where an illegitimate government has taken over. Money from selling blood diamonds has helped fuel wars in several African co... Read More »

Where are conflict diamonds mined?

Mined in several places in Africa, conflict diamonds fund many of the civil wars taking place throughout the continent. These places include Liberia, Côte d'Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the ... Read More »