MADAGASCAR: Twins taboo splits a community
A set of twins living in the Madagascan coastal town of Mananjary. The mother asked that they not be named MANANJARY, 3 November 2011 - A centuries old practice of putting newborn twins up for adoption is dividing residents in the Madagascan coastal town of Mananjary as surely as the siblings are separated from their parents.
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