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Senegal ferry disaster town remembers 20 years after 1,863 drowned

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Twenty years after Le Joola ferry sank, the Senegalese town where half of the nearly 1,900 dead lived will on Monday (september 26) hold commemorations for a "wound that never heals". FRANCE 24's Sam Bradpiece tells us more.

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