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December 13, 1988 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, Times Staff Writer
Slender as a minaret and wrapped in a flowing robe, Abdourahmane Sarr seems to sway a little himself in the smart sea breeze that finds its way from the nearby beach through a stand of evergreen. "The locusts ate half my crops," he says, fingering a denuded tomato branch. "Without them I would have had cabbage by now, but to save it, I delayed the planting instead."
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April 27, 1989
Rioters have stabbed, stoned or clubbed to death at least 40 people and wounded nearly 700 in two days of attacks against Senegalese living in the Mauritanian capital of Nouakchott, hospital sources said. Troops were on patrol in the city and in Dakar, capital of neighboring Senegal, where Mauritanian traders and shops have been attacked. There was no reliable word on the number of casualties outside Nouakchott. Both governments appealed for calm and began repatriating victims who wanted to leave.
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April 27, 1989
Rioters have stabbed, stoned or clubbed to death at least 40 people and wounded nearly 700 in two days of attacks against Senegalese living in the Mauritanian capital of Nouakchott, hospital sources said. Troops were on patrol in the city and in Dakar, capital of neighboring Senegal, where Mauritanian traders and shops have been attacked. There was no reliable word on the number of casualties outside Nouakchott. Both governments appealed for calm and began repatriating victims who wanted to leave.
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December 13, 1988 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, Times Staff Writer
Slender as a minaret and wrapped in a flowing robe, Abdourahmane Sarr seems to sway a little himself in the smart sea breeze that finds its way from the nearby beach through a stand of evergreen. "The locusts ate half my crops," he says, fingering a denuded tomato branch. "Without them I would have had cabbage by now, but to save it, I delayed the planting instead."
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