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Tanzania's government said Sunday it had confiscated diamonds worth nearly $30 million after accusing British company Petra Diamonds of having declared a lower value when trying to export the gems.The mine is 75 percent owned by Petra Diamonds, with the remaining stake held by the Tanzanian state.Two senior officials in the mining sector who had been cited in parliamentary reports on suspected embezzlement connected with the mining and sale of diamonds resigned Thursday following pressure from President John Magufuli.
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