Uninforced fishing ban on world’s second deepest lake

The authorities planned to ban fishing on Lake Tanganyika for three months, starting in mid-May. The idea was to allow dwindling fish stocks to recover. The impact on the people living in riparian countries like Burundi would be harsh though, and the ban is not being enforced in three countries.



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