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Latest update : 2011-04-01

Civil War in Ivory Coast (part two)

As pro-Alassane Ouattara forces suddenly surge, is it Laurent Gbagbo’s last stand? François Picard’s panel includes supporters of both camps as well as Corinne Dufka of Human Rights Watch on why the brutal killing so far has mostly been directed against innocent civilians.

 

Germain YAO, RHDP Supporter (pro-Ouattara)

Cébastien GNAHORE, Political Advisor for LMP (pro-Gbagbo)

From Dakar, Senegal, Corinne DUFKA, Senior Researcher, Africa Division, Human Right Watch

From Abidjan, Hamadoun TOURE, spokesperson for United Nations Operations in Côte d'Ivoire (UNOCI)

Jean-Baptiste HATCHELOY, resident of Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast

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Produced by Yi Song, Pauline Heilmann, Rosyalyn Johnston, Audrey Liling
 

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2014-07-09 South Sudan

Africa's Newest Failed State: How to Stop Civil War and Famine in South Sudan? (part 2)

It's the third anniversary of independence for Africa's newest nation, South Sudan. With a brutal civil war now in full swing, the outgoing UN representative has pointed the...

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2014-07-09 African Union

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It's the third anniversary of independence for Africa's newest nation, South Sudan. With a brutal civil war now in full swing, the outgoing UN representative has pointed the...

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2014-07-08 Benjamin Netanyahu

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With 40,000 military reservists called up, another ground offensive by Israel against Gaza seems likely. The kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers in the West Bank and...

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With 40,000 military reservists called up, another ground offensive by Israel against Gaza seems likely. The kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers in the West Bank and...

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2014-07-07 Ukraine

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