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Lake Tanganyika, what the future holds

Africa's oldest and deepest lake is in danger

Footnotes: Text by Saskia Marijnissen, Akiko Yamamoto, Laurence Lessire /UNDP. Photos: Saskia Marijnissen, UNDP; Aaron Nsavyimana, UNDP Burundi; Aude Rossignol, UNDP DRC.

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