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Vol 42 No 24

Published 7th December 2001


Offal and waffle

Many unusual cargoes have been delivered to Sudan in recent years, as former resident Usama bin Laden knows. Yet one of the strangest (though not necessarily most dangerous) must surely be the 300 haggis airlifted to Khartoum last month. Haggis is the heart, lungs and liver (sometimes the intestines) of sheep or calf, cooked with oatmeal and suet in the animal's stomach.

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