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2012-04-10 20:39:12 Onion Farmers Bitter Over Market Glut [IPS] Niamey - Bitterness is written all over Boureïma Hamado's face as he prepares to return home after selling his onion crop at the Katako market in the Nigerien capital, Niamey. He's taken a big loss on the harvest.

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