UN Ups Peacekeeper Presence after Checkpoint Attack
An attack by unidentified gunmen in Côte d'Ivoire that left four people dead has led to an increase in the presence of United Nations peacekeepers in the area of the attack.
Peacekeepers secure UN offices during unrest in Abidjan.
Ivorian Dissidents Face Probe
New Dawn, 28 August 2012
Seven Ivorian mercenaries arrested on July 14 and August 1, 2012 respectively in Grand Gedeh County have been charged with multiple crimes, including mercenarism, rape, theft of… Read more »
Dissidents Strike Again
New Dawn, 20 August 2012
Dissident Ivorian forces are reported to have attacked the town of Douplay, 15 kilometers west of Abidjan. Intelligence sources informed the New Dawn-Liberia that during the attack… Read more »
In Search of Impartial Justice
ThinkAfricaPress, 15 August 2012
Without even-handed justice for both Ouattara and Gbagbo supporters, divisions and violence may worsen. Read more »
Cote d'Ivoire - 'We Should Stop Killing Each Other'
UNIRIN, 3 August 2012
Dishes and cups scorched brown by flames, and ragged tarpaulin clinging to charred wooden frames litter Nahibly camp for the displaced in Duékoué, western Côte… Read more »
Gunfire and Fear in Abidjan
UNIRIN, 10 August 2012
A recent wave of armed attacks in Côte d'Ivoire's commercial capital, Abidjan, is lowering hopes of a steady return to security in a city that suffered some of the worst… Read more »
The State of Security in Nation
U.S. Embassy Abidjan, 5 March 2012
"One soldier was killed" over the weekend in the south-eastern town of Bonoua following a clash between elements of the government's Forces Republicaines de Cote d'Ivoire and… Read more »
The government is blaming militias and soldiers loyal to former President Laurent Gbagbo for carrying out series of attacks on an army base and police stations in Abidjan that ... Read more »
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