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Preserving Indonesia's biggest traditional diamond mine | Video

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Indonesia's biggest traditional diamond mine is in Cempaka, South Kalimantan. Despite mining for diamond, miners only earn about US$66 a month. The job is also dangerous as the mine is prone to landslides. To restore the industry, the government is planning to convert the mine into an educational park by 2023. CNA's Kiki Siregar finds out more.

Indonesia's biggest traditional diamond mine is in Cempaka, South Kalimantan. Despite mining for diamond, miners only earn about US$66 a month. The job is also dangerous as the mine is prone to landslides. To restore the industry, the government is planning to convert the mine into an educational park by 2023. CNA's Kiki Siregar finds out more.

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