Six people, including a mother of three, were wounded when renegade soldiers fired shots during a protest against an army mutiny in Bouake, according to witnesses. The mutiny began over a pay dispute.
Gunfire Erupts In Cities as Soldiers Mutiny
Al Jazeera, 15 May 2017
Gunfire has erupted in several cities in Ivory Coast, according to witnesses, as the military presses an operation aimed at ending a mutiny by soldiers demanding bonus payments. Read more »
Renegade Soldiers Open Fire on Anti-Mutiny Protesters
Al Jazeera, 14 May 2017
Six people, including a mother of three, were wounded when renegade soldiers in Ivory Coast opened fire at a protest against an army mutiny in Bouake, according to witnesses. Read more »
Soldiers Stage Fresh Revolt Over Salaries
Al Jazeera, 12 May 2017
Gunfire has erupted in several cities across the Ivory Coast, including the military headquarters in the commercial capital Abidjan, as anger spread following a decision by some… Read more »
Ivory Coast Army Mutiny Enters Third Day
Deutsche Welle, 14 May 2017
Revolting army soldiers have taken control of several cities, including Ivory Coast's second largest. Protests against the mutiny have been met with violence. Read more »
Mutinous soldiers in Ivory Coast have reopened roads into the second-biggest city, Bouake.
But they're continuing their revolt over pay.
The ... see more »
Government supporters have taken to the streets to protest against the mutiny by soldiers over a pay dispute.
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