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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Bon maten! Kouman ou ye? Ki sa vle di 'fè dappiyan' nan fraz sa a 'Ewopeyen yo te al fè dappiyan sou plizyè milyon Afriken ann Afrik'?

M'anfòm wi maten an.   M'espere w'anfòm tou :)

'fè dappiyan'to pillage, to invade, to attack, to plunder, to rape
Here it seems to say that they attacked or invaded.
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