Elections in Ivory Coast a key test of reconciliation

Sunday's presidential elections in Ivory Coast will be a true test of how far the country has come since the post-electoral violence of 2010 that left some 3,000 people dead. The western town of Duékoué saw some of the worst violence: more than 800 people died there in just two days of fighting. Even now, four years later, there's a thin line between hope and fear, as our team on the ground reports.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Elom Marcel Toble

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