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It rains a lot less often, the sun has been stronger for several years," states Yeboue Ouffoue, 85, chief of the small village of Angoua-Yaokro, near the site where the dam was built in the late 1970s."Here we live off agriculture, but with the water we can no longer plant the way we want.
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