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Dirty Diamonds: How Israel Helps Russia Fund Its War on Ukraine

The five Israeli companies still working with major Russian diamond firm Alrosa to sidestep sanctions and sell its wares to the West are helping Putin bankroll his blood-soaked war on Ukraine

Daniel Schwartz
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Daniel Schwartz

Israel just issued a rare rebuke of Russia's referendum for its annexation of four regions in Ukraine following sham referenda. But it has yet to join Western sanctions on Moscow for its ongoing war of aggression.

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