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IGNESON, Eladio Jasme
. 1904 Milongas por el Gaucho Talerito, Buenos Aires: Biblioteca gauchesca.
Appearing were Karlini Chachan in 1929, Amini Avdal in 1932, and then in 1934 on, storywriter Jasme
Jalil and novelist Arabi Shamo.
Then, in mid-October, Haitian authorities followed with the arrest and expulsion of another notorious drug kingpin, Eliobert Jasme