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Vanilla Vigilante Farmers in Madagascar Take Matters Into their Own Hands

The island of Madagascar, on the east coast of Southern Africa, produces half of the world’s natural vanilla. But as this year's season for the valuable crop begins, theft and even murder are becoming rampant. Some farmers say they aren't going to take it anymore and have formed vigilante groups to watch over their crops. VOA’s Mariama Diallo reports.

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