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Vol 39 No 2

Published 23rd January 1998


Targeting Club Med

Every one of nearly 400 beds at the beautiful Club Mediterranée at Cap Skirring, near the Guinea-Bissau border, was full for Christmas. But guests were taken aback by notices warning them not to stray far from camp, because vehicles get shot up and there are landmines on the roads, especially towards the regional capital, Ziguinchor. The promoters of Senegal's main tourist resort, like President Abdou Diouf, talk as little as they can about the unrest in Casamance.

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