Ivory Coast opposition rejects gov't concessions for ending vote boycott

In the Ivory Coast, the opposition has dismissed concessions tabled by the government that are still hoped to end its boycott of the election in coming days. The calls for a boycott came after Alassane Ouattara, who has governed for two terms, said he would stand again in defiance of a constitutional limit, saying that a 2016 reform has reset the counter. According to the mayor of the southern city of Dabou, at least ten people have been killed, and dozens more injured, in pre-ballot clashes. FRANCE 24 correspondent Sam Bradpiece reports from Korhogo.