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Fault line slices through Kenya's Rift Valley
A giant fissure is slicing through the road and surrounding countryside in Kenya's Rift Valley, a reminder that the region sits on some of the most unstable ground on the continent. Scientists believe this is evidence that Africa is splitting in two.
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