Gunfire Breaks Out in Cote d'Ivoire as Soldiers' Protest Spreads

The apparent "mutiny" over higher wages and bonuses appeared to have gained momentum as disgruntled soldiers seized Bouake, Ivory Coast's second-largest city, early on Friday, and expanded their uprising to at least four other cities and towns.

The violence was similar to a 2014 strike where former rebels made similar demands (file photo).


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