STORY ON CBC's The World This Weekend on Saturday November 17th.
Election day in Sierra Leone, one that could be a turning point for the West African nation.
It became notorious in the 90s for blood diamonds, chopped off limbs, and drugged up child soldiers.
Now, with more than a decade of peace, the mineral rich country has become one of the world’s fastest growing economies. However, the question remains whether Sierra Leoneans will benefit from the riches.
I traveled to the dirty diamond pits of eastern Sierra Leone to interview the poorest diamond diggers ---
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