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Divided Casamance

SENEGAL2012 On this Senegalese territory stuck between Gambia and Guinea-Bissau, several factions have been leading, over the course of 30 years, a guerilla for independence. A matter that president Macky Sall, intends to resolve urgently. Baring a catholic cross around his neck, César dons a surly look, quite fitting for a conspirator. He emerged from the pitiful back patio of a café surounded by amulets, Rambo, Rémi and Jérôme. In this Senegal bordering, large Guinea-Bissau village, César is in his sancturary, protected by forests that erase the lines that divide the countries. He feels safe from the Senegalese army, his enemy.

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