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Mystery 'cyclone' invader a growing headache for Zimbabwe

CHIMANIMANI, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Stella Mwareya cannot hide her frustration as she struggles, in vain, to clear a fast-growing light green shrub that is taking over her farmland.
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