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One month in to life in Dakar!

Hello! I wasn’t going to write a blog because I tend to make weird phrases up that aren’t used in the English language and I absolutely don’t want to irritate people by being another ‘year abroad blogger’ BUT, I am having a very cool experience and it will be a useful way for me to remember what I got up to during this year, at least, it will be easier than scrolling through the emails I’ve sent to my mum… ALSO, I have nasty food poisoning and am very bored in bed so this is something to do! 910 more words

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Photographs from La Goutte d'Or

La Goutte d’Or is a district in Paris and a raw and vibrant slice of this city. The vast majority of its population is made up of people from the former French colonies most notably North African countries such as Morocco and Algeria and West and Central African countries such as Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso and the Congo. 886 more words

IMMERSION DANS LA VALLÉE DU FLEUVE SÉNÉGAL ET LE DELTA :La nouvelle «vie» du lac de Guiers

Par Jacques Ngor SARR (Dakar-Sénégal)

Faites un tour dans le delta et la vallée du fleuve Sénégal, vous vous rendrez compte de l’existence d’une vie nouvelle. 1,931 more words

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Hunter McBurnett, Univ. of Arizona Grad, Selected for Agriculture Assignment in Senegal

WASHINGTON, September 27, 2016 – Hunter McBurnett, 22, of Tucson, Ariz., has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Senegal in September to begin training as an Agroforestry Extension Agent. 531 more words

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French court rules in favour of Senegal's Karim Wade

A French court has rejected the Senegalese government’s request to confiscate former minister Karim Wade’s luxury apartment in Paris and a bank account, arguing that it could not find any evidence of corruption or embezzlement. 106 more words

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