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South Sudan Finds Hope in Honey

A harvest of honey from the equatorial forests of South Sudan will help its struggling poor and, through the pollination of bees, improve the nation's crop yields, those involved say. Spring production over the coming weeks is expected to deliver 60 tons, double the volume of an initial batch of exports last year to Kenya. South Sudan's honey harvests had suffered because decades of fighting closed off the former main trade route through the north. "Honey production is...

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