Ivory Coast’s rival camps held their positions Sunday night after three days of intense fighting in Abidjan. The UN took advantage of the lull to relocate its staff and France was mulling an evacuation of its nationals, who were told to assemble.
REUTERS - Fighters loyal to Ivory Coast presidential rivals Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara held onto positions around Abidjan on Sunday, a day that saw less fighting than the previous three.
Military forces gear for final showdown
"This war is about what it means to be Ivorian"
ABIDJAN KEY SITES
Date created : 2011-04-03