A group of musicians have released a song that addresses al-Qaeda after the deadly attack on Grand-Bassam beach.
Artists Release Anti-Terror Song After Beach Attack
Al Jazeera, 25 March 2016
A group of musicians in the Ivory Coast have released a song that directly and defiantly addresses al-Qaeda after the group killed 19 people in an attack on a popular beach resort. Read more »
A group of musicians have released a song that directly and defiantly addresses al-Qaeda after the deadly attack on a popular beach resort.
The video for Meme Pas Peur - or Not Even Scared - was shot on Grand-Bassam beach, the site of the the attack that was claimed by al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
Heavily armed gunmen opened fire at a popular Ivory Coast beach resort in Grand-Bassam on March 13.
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