The Mutiny May Be Over, but the Ivorian Army's Problems Are Not
The country's military crisis can be seen as a social problem which questions the way economic gains have been shared, write Jeremy Allouche and Oswald Padonou for African Arguments.
Cote d'Ivoire: The Mutiny May Be Over, but the Army's Problems Are Not
African Arguments, 17 May 2017
Reforming a fragmented army will be tough in Côte d'Ivoire's tense atmosphere. Could foreign deployment provide an alternative solution? Read more »
An Ivorian soldier patrolling in Saho village in the west of the country (file photo).
Cote d'Ivoire: Ivory Coast Rebel Troops Say They Accept Deal to End Mutiny
Deutsche Welle, 16 May 2017
A four-day mutiny by ex-rebel soldiers in Ivory Coast has ended after they accepted a government offer, the mutineers say. The rebellion paralyzed cities and towns across the… Read more »
The country has been rocked by a series of strikes and mutinies by soldiers demanding backpay and bonuses. Read more »