Senegal's endangered Unesco heritage site
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Coastal erosion threatens historic town of Saint-Louis

Founded by French colonists in the 17th Century, Saint-Louis was the capital of Senegal for 85 years and is now a Unesco World Heritage Site.

But its very existence is under threat from coastal erosion, as the BBC's Marie Keyworth explains.

  • 10 Nov 2017
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