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Thousands of carob trees planted as Cyprus revives ‘black gold’

/ 05:57 PM November 27, 2017

A group of men plant a carob tree during the first stage of a project in Oreites, near Paphos on November 26, 2017 aimed at reviving the Mediterranean island’s ” black gold”. Image: Isabelle Wesselingh/AFP

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