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From death strip to 'Green Belt' of life


Once a zone blocked off with barbed wire, littered with landmines and manned by soldiers with shoot-to-kill orders, today, much of the 1,393-km (865-mile) border dividing the former East from the West is a thriving nature paradise, where more than 1,200 species on the red list of endangered flora and fauna can be found.

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