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    Artists Encourage Ivorians Not to Give in to Feari
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    Emilie Iob
    March 26, 2016 12:50 AM
    Ivorian musicians have released a new song in the wake of the terror attack at Grand-Bassam beach. It is called "Meme Pas Peur," ("Not Even Scared"), and the video was recorded on the same sands where terrorist gunmen killed 19 people and wounded dozens more. The message of the upbeat dance song is that Ivorians will not bow to terrorism. VOA's Emilie Iob reports.

    Artists Encourage Ivorians Not to Give in to Fear

    Published March 25, 2016

    Ivorian musicians have released a new song in the wake of the terror attack at Grand-Bassam beach. It is called "Meme Pas Peur," ("Not Even Scared"), and the video was recorded on the same sands where terrorist gunmen killed 19 people and wounded dozens more. The message of the upbeat dance song is that Ivorians will not bow to terrorism. VOA's Emilie Iob reports.


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