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    One year after September 11th, 2001, images of both the United States and Osama Bin Laden criss-cross the vibrant and energetic streets of Dakar.  As the capital of a democratic, pro-Western, 90% Islamic country, individual opinions here truly represent the widest of spectrums.  Hear, in their own words, Senegalese views on United States foreign policy, September 11th, Osama Bin Laden, President George W. Bush, and former-President Bill Clinton.
Part One
VIEWS ON U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
Dakar, Senegal
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